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Revised charter milestones

From: Larry Masinter <masinter@parc.xerox.com>
Date: Sun, 25 May 1997 22:26:33 PDT
Message-Id: <33891F09.444F@parc.xerox.com>
To: http-wg@cuckoo.hpl.hp.com
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The area directors requested that we submit a revised
charter (see below) by May 17. It's already late.

I think we have two clear milestones:

- May 97 'Simple Hit Metering' to Proposed Standard
- September 97: HTTP/1.1 (revisions of 2068 & 2069)
  to Draft Standard

The 'editing group' notes were rather terse. The question
is: are there any realistic dates for any other documents
that are not part of HTTP/1.1?

"all non-passed milestones have dates...in the future, and 
that the group thinks are realistic."

So, can we schedule PEP, transparent content negotiation,
revising state management...etc. realisticly?

If not, we can go forward without them, and hope that
additional topics might be discussed, but won't be scheduled.
Additional work related to HTTP can happen either on
their own, or in new working group(s), as needed.

> Date:  Mon, 14 Apr 1997 13:32:29 PDT
> From:  Harald.T.Alvestrand@uninett.no
> To:    wg-chairs@apps.ietf.org

> After the message Fred Baker sent out, Keith and I have had a
> little discussion.

> We've decided that we want *all* groups who are not closing down
> before Munich to submit revisions to their charters before MAY 17.
> The prime requirement for the charter revisions is that all passed
> milestones are marked "done", and all non-passed milestones have
> dates that are in the future, and that the group thinks are realistic.

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