PMP Mail Archive: Re: PMP> Charts for Austin PMP meeting

PMP Mail Archive: Re: PMP> Charts for Austin PMP meeting

Re: PMP> Charts for Austin PMP meeting

Lloyd Young (lpyoung@lexmark.com)
29 Mar 97 12:36:23 EST

Jay,
I am going to have to go to my thesaurus to find another synonym
for "Done". -) We could keep this up for days. -)

Seriously, you are correct there is no outstanding work to be done on
the text of these objects. The charts you are referring to are not
regarding whether something needs to be done on the object itself but
whether or not the justification for a particular change has been
written. The justification is required by the IETF for all changes
before progressing a MIB from Proposed Standard to Draft Standard.
"Done" means that the justification has been written.

Lloyd Young

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From: jkm @ underscore.com (JK Martin) @ interlock.lexmark.com @ SMTP
Date: 03/29/97 12:00:37 PM
Subject: Re: PMP> Charts for Austin PMP meeting

Lloyd,

Well, what does "completed" mean, then? For example, the two items
attributed to Harry Lewis (serial number and printer name) do not
have a "DONE" annotation...but there is no outstanding work to be
performed on those items, right? (That is, appropriate text has
been posted to the list and apparently accepted by the group a couple
of weeks ago.)

...jay