Re: Getting to closure on the remaining issues

* Arnaud Le Hors <> [2014-01-22 15:36-0800]
> Hi all,
> As you all know we've been slipping off track with regard to our schedule 
> to deliver a Recommendation by the time our WG expires (1 June 2014). We 
> cannot afford any further slippage. See the timeline I laid out: 
> What this means, practically, is that we no longer have time to 
> investigate and debate issues at length. We HAVE to close every remaining 
> issue one way or another. If we can't agree on a resolution then we will 
> postpone the issue. Yes, that means we may have unresolved issues. Nothing 
> is perfect.
> The good news is that while we still have several pending issues, I 
> believe we can close them all quickly (yes, really). We've got proposals 
> for all of them and it's "merely" a matter of getting these accepted.
> Of course this is only to get us to LC2 and there is no way to tell what 
> will come out of it but that's beyond our control.
> In the agenda for next Monday I put forward a set of proposals on how to 
> revolve every remaining issue:

Persuant to the agendum for ISSUE-92 - Interaction Model, tests for
creation of sub-container
and archival of container
use these header specifications respectively:
  Link: val=<LDP1ContainerInteraction>; rel=profile
  Link: val=<LDP1ResourceInteraction>; rel=profile

Here, <LDP1ResourceInteraction> stands for whatever the WG chooses to
identify the HTTP interactions defined in §5

and <LDP1ContainerInteraction> stands for whatever the WG chooses to
identify the HTTP interactions defined in §6

These are concrete test cases which I hope will appeal to the folks
waiting in the wings for something implementable.

> Be prepared to cast a vote on every one of them or accept not to have a 
> say. I will not further delay resolution on these.
> I know this has been trying for everyone and it's been hard for some to 
> stay on top of everything. The thing is I don't think the world would fall 
> apart no matter how any of these decisions would go. So, let's just decide 
> one way or another and move on.
> Thanks.
> --
> Arnaud  Le Hors - Software Standards Architect - IBM Software Group


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Received on Thursday, 23 January 2014 02:09:44 UTC