Scott Hollenbeck has reviewed the changes requested by the viewer and asked
for a couple of minor tweaks, which I have now added. He asked that I
submit the revised documents to the I-D admin. I have done so. They should
be posted on the IETF web site in a few days.
I have also uploaded the following documents to the PWG web site at
Update of: draft-ietf-ipp-not-spec-11.txt
Update of: draft-ietf-ipp-notify-get-09.txt
Update of: draft-ietf-ipp-not-06.txt
Hopefully, we are nearing the publication of these three documents and
completion the IPP notification extension.
At Friday 6/18/2004 10:11 AM, Danny.M.Brennan at kp.org wrote:
>>This working group has four Internet-Drafts  that have been in the "IESG
>Evaluation :: Revised ID Needed" state for units measured in years. What
>this tells me is that the working group has been unresponsive to IESG review
>comments. I have asked the WG chair and at least one editor to review the
>IESG comments and update the document as needed, but the response I received
>>Years is too long. Something has got to change. It's either time to update
>the documents, finish them up, and close the working group, or to drop them
>entirely and close the working group.
>>To that end: I want to see a reply to this note from the WG chair, posted to
>this working group mailing list by 0000 UTC Friday 2 July 2004 (a little
>more than two weeks from now), describing what the working group intends to
>do with each of the four documents. If no such plan is provided, the
>working group will be closed due to inactivity and the documents will be
>>If a plan is provided it must include either a request to drop the document
>or a date by which time the document will be updated and sent to the I-D
>administrator for publication. You may wish to consider finding new
>document editors if the legacy editors are unable to update the documents.
>I am willing to work with you on timeframes if the group shows a willingness
>to move forward with the needed document updates.
>>IESG review comments can be found in the I-D tracker:
>>https://datatracker.ietf.org/public/pidtracker.cgi>>Discussion of possible ways forward is appropriate...
>IESG Applications Area Advisor for IPP
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