IPP> IETF Process

IPP> IETF Process

IPP> IETF Process

Manros, Carl-Uno B cmanros at cp10.es.xerox.com
Fri Jul 17 13:54:29 EDT 1998


I have checked this with Keith earlier. The IETF process does not call
for a formal Last Call either in the WG or in the IESG, once the IESG
approval process is underway. However, it is still appropriate to check
the level of WG consensus after we have the final texts.

In the end, the IESG has the final say. You can dispute an IESG decision
by taking it to the IAB, but I doubt that it would bring much in our
case. If nothing else, that would ensure that the standard gets delayed
even further.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: don at lexmark.com [mailto:don at lexmark.com]
> Sent: Friday, July 17, 1998 10:01 AM
> To: ipp at pwg.org
> Subject: IPP> IETF Process
> What is the process for confirming consensus after 
> substantial changes have
> been made to a standard?  In the IEEE and other recognized standards
> bodies, if non-editoral changes are made, the final version is
> re-ballotted.  Considering the substantial changes made since 
> the WG had
> consensus in and shortly after the January meeting in Maui, 
> once we have
> updated all the document with what we believe to be the last 
> changes (i.e.
> before IESG approval), I believe we should make sure the WG 
> is still in
> consensus.
> Thoughts??
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