Lloyd Young circulated the following items based on his converstion with
Diedra. From his mail I have selected the following for comment:
> Deidre also stated that in order for our MIB to proceed to a draft standard
> must not have significant changes over the proposed standard. When I asked
> significant meant we agreed that significant meant 50% change or more.
My understanding is the a 50% change would be massive. To change 50% of a
MIB from proposed to draft is huge! I expect that anything near 50% change
would mean going back to square 1. I was under the impression that the
allowable changes would be an order of magnitude less than that.
> Last but not least, our new MIB must be v2 compliant. According to Deidre
> is no grandfather clause that we might be able to squeeze some things in
> based on this, we need to know what changes are required in our current MIB
> to bring it up to a v2 compliant level.
I thought that when we did rfc1759 we prepared it in a way that was v2
compliant. Perhaps the meaning of v2 is changing faster than we are. Our
efforts were to produce a MIB that could work with either v1 or v2.