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To clarify: even if you presented a draft in Stockholm or at the following interim meeting, make sure to drop us a note to ensure that we consider your work during the rechartering process.
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> Paul Hoffman
> Sent: Tuesday, October 13, 2009 23:06
> To: IPsecme WG
> Subject: [IPsec] Seeking interest in new charter items for the IPsecME WG
> Greetings again. As Yaron and I have said many times in the past, when a
> few of our WG documents have been completed, we can think about adding
> additional items to our charter. We think that we will soon be at that
> For new items to be considered in the WG, we need to have an existing,
> personally-submitted Internet Draft, and four people (other than the
> authors) who are committed to reviewing the draft as it moves through the
> WG process.
> If you have an Internet Draft (or will have one very soon) that you think
> should be a WG item, please send Yaron and I a message off-list. Note that
> the cut-off for submitting new -00 drafts is this coming Monday; however,
> we will accept proposals without an Internet Draft if the author promises
> to have the draft submitted on Monday, November 9 when they are allowed to
> turn them in again.
> We will review the submissions, talk with the proposers a bit, and then
> have an discussion of the proposals at the Hiroshima face-to-face meeting,
> followed by more discussion on the mailing list post-Hiroshima.
> --Paul Hoffman, Director
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