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Re: multi: Re: Protocol operations proposal deadline / shield-eos -...
Even if the working group is not interested in taking it on, I would
find the draft very interesting, to see what you have in mind.
On Friday, September 6 2002, Dave Shield <D.T.Shield@csc.liv.ac.uk> wrote:
> > > In the short run, I have no problems putting forward both smaller
> > > and larger solutions, as long as the progress of the larger
> > > solutions isn't impacted....
> > > ..... iff [sic] the WG has sufficient energy to
> > > carry multiple proposals forward, this doesn't bother me in the
> > > slightest if there is consensus to do so.
> > The WG has not had the cycles to produce one solution; as chair, working on
> > two solutions is a non-starter.
> OK - I withdraw the capability negotiation proposal, and the list of
> suggestions I made on August 2nd. It seems clear that the concensus
> of opinion is to concentrate on new protocol operations, and there's
> little interest in investigating a "micro-evolutionary" approach.
> I suppose that means that there's little point in submitting the
> "extended error reporting" draft I've just put together?
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