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Re: snmpconf Re: TIme to close the WG - we have completed our work.
On behalf of everyone, I would like to thank you and SNMP Research for
hosting this list for so long.
On Mar 16, 2005, at 4:43 PM, Steve Moulton wrote:
> Greetings All,
> The archives for the mailing list will continue to be available at
> various locations, including (but probably not limited to):
> http://www.snmp.com/snmpconf/mailing-list/ (in html)
> http://www.escribe.com/computing/snmpconf/ (in html)
> There is likely an archive somewhere within the IETF secretariat, but
> I have not located it.
> If you prefer a single mbox format file, drop me an email,
> and I will be pleased to email the entire archive.
> Best Regards,
> On Wednesday, March 16 2005, "Wijnen, Bert (Bert)"
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> With the publication of RFC4011, this WG has completed its charter.
>> I would like to thank the WG chairs and the authors/editors for
>> their efforts. Of course thanks to the WG memebers for their
>> contributions and reviews.
>> Formal announcememtn will come from IESG-secretary in the next few
>> As a last question, this AD would like to hear which
>> implementations exit today or are planned for the future.
>> In 2 weeks or so (say March 31st) the WG mailing list will also
>> be closed. There has not been much (if any) activity over the last
>> few months, so it seems not warranted to keep it open.
>> Further discussion/questioning can always take place at
>> Bert Wijnen
>> co-AD for the IETF Operations and Management Area
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