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Plan to resolve issues in 2518bis

From: Cullen Jennings <fluffy@cisco.com>
Date: Tue, 04 Oct 2005 10:31:08 -0700
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I had a phone call with Elias, Julian, Geoffrey, Lisa, and Jim today to see
what we could all do to get things moving on 2518bis.

Elias kindly volunteered to collect all the know issues and put them in
bugzilla. He is going to tell us how he will mark in bugzilla two different
states. One state is when the WG agrees on general way to resolved the issue
but has not updated drafts yet or figured out exact text, and other state is
when the actual text has been put into the draft.

If people can send text to the list proposing the text they want put into
2518bis-07 to fix a given issue that would be great.

We are then going to have some conference calls to run through all the
issues - we know some will be easy and some will be hard. Initially we are
going to try and knock of the easy one quickly and figure out which ones are
hard and start an email thread on the list for the hard ones. If we come up
with a proposed text on the call, it will still be approved on the list. The
calls will help set a regular event to move the draft forward and will also
help us quickly figure out where we all agree and disagree. Hard issues that
need discussion will still be discussed on the list.

Julian is going to start a thread on one hard issue some time soon.

In general we are going to try and have the conference calls every Wednesday
at 10 AM pacific time. For next week, we need to have it at 10 am Thursday
(not Wednesday). These times seems as good as any but if there is huge list
feedback that we need to pick a different time, I will move them. Thank you
Julian for staying up late for us west coast guys. I will send out
conference bridge information for these calls.

Elias will send out a list of the bugs we hope to cover in a given meeting.

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