ISSUE: Determinants for timeliness missing in section 2.1
rdroms at cisco.com
Sun Jun 8 13:47:34 CEST 2003
I understand the point you are trying to make ... but I'm not sure DHCPv6
is such a good example. Unless there's more to the acceptance of DHCPv6
by the IESG than I know about, I think this history of DHCPv6 is something
of an oversimplification and omits many other pressures - both positivie
and negative - on the forward progresss of DHCPv6.
On Sun, 8 Jun 2003, Harald Tveit Alvestrand wrote:
> In the case of DHCPv6 - we got an external customer (3GPP), with a
> documented need and a fixed deadline - and the document got out.
> The customer provided the necessary timeframe - "if you want to get this
> done in this particular context in a standard way, give us the standard by
> this date".
> Beneficial results for all.
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