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[07:27:40] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> good morning (evening / night / afternoon) everyone
[07:28:28] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> if you want something mic'ed just let me know.  if you prefix it with "mic:" I'll just mic it
[07:31:34] <Charles Schmidt> Good morning. Charles here remotely.
[07:32:37] <Adam Montville> Thanks for being up, Charles
[07:33:07] <Charles Schmidt> I'm present. "Coherent" can be a longer-term goal.
[07:33:29] <Adam Montville> I imagine so
[07:34:03] <Charles Schmidt> I can only see the left half of your slides.
[07:34:14] <Charles Schmidt> That fixed it.
[07:34:23] <Charles Schmidt> I can hear you.
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[07:36:12] <Charles Schmidt> That is fine with me.
[07:37:25] <Charles Schmidt> Yes - moving 5 to the end is fine with me.
[07:37:43] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> Henk says thank you to you Charles
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[08:18:04] <Adam Montville> Here's the text for collection (sorry a bit late): The WG will define a way to provide to provide two types of imperative guidance to the correct SACM collectors:1) Which target endpoints to collect from and 2) what to collect from this target endpoints. When classified, a set of instructions, such as VDD or YANG filter expressions, can be brokered to the appropriate collectors. Alas, detecting and classifying beforehand might require orchestrating functions that go beyond the set of capabilities a SACM collector can provide. Manual configuration of targets and corresponding collection profiles will not scale and does not seem to be a viable option."
[08:18:33] <Jessica Fitzgerald-McKay> ty
[08:19:14] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> you're welcome from Adam and your friendly jabber scribe (mostly Adam)
[08:19:24] <Adam Montville> _1
[08:19:25] <Adam Montville> +1
[08:19:27] <Adam Montville> (sigh)
[08:19:39] <Jessica Fitzgerald-McKay> lol
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[08:39:03] <Jessica Fitzgerald-McKay> mic: would part of the messaging effort include defining data model requirements for the messaging data plane?
[08:39:44] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> in line
[08:39:48] <Jessica Fitzgerald-McKay> ty
[08:41:56] <Jessica Fitzgerald-McKay> hi, Henk!
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[08:45:36] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> SWIMA: slide 1
[08:45:39] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 2
[08:46:01] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 3
[08:47:45] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 4
[08:49:15] <Jessica Fitzgerald-McKay> I have read the draft
[08:50:31] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> SACM Terminiology: slide 1
[08:50:33] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 2
[08:55:21] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 3: current activities
[08:59:05] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> (still slide 3)
[09:00:49] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 4: next steps
[09:00:53] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 5: questions
[09:00:59] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> henk has left the stage
[09:01:02] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> and now he returns…
[09:01:13] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> concise software identifiers
[09:01:23] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 2: parity between ISO def and ext
[09:03:03] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 3: Descrpancy between ISO text & XSD
[09:03:16] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> Discrepancy - if I could type…
[09:04:12] <Jessica Fitzgerald-McKay> you're being hard on yourself, Chris, you are keeping up great :)
[09:05:10] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> thanks
[09:05:21] <Charles Schmidt> Question: in this discrepancy, is one version compatible with the other, even if they are not equal?
[09:05:41] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> mic?
[09:05:49] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> or wait for the list discussion?
[09:05:58] <Charles Schmidt> I'll wait for the list. Thanks.
[09:06:09] <Charles Schmidt> (I was too slow.)
[09:06:24] <Charles Schmidt> I read
[09:06:29] <Jessica Fitzgerald-McKay> I have read it
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[09:07:44] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> next presentation
[09:07:51] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 2: Next steps
[09:08:15] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 1: Resource-Oriented Lightweight Information Exchange
[09:08:31] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 2: The Problem
[09:09:49] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 3: Message-Oriented Pub/Sub Model
[09:10:21] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 4: Message-Oriented Request/Response Model
[09:10:40] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 5: The goals of ROLIE
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[09:12:17] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 6: ROLIE as a Solution
[09:13:41] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 7: Resource-Oriented Discovery Model
[09:13:54] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 8: Resource-Oriented Pub/Sub
[09:14:10] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 9: Anatomy of a ROLIE Service Doc
[09:14:55] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 10: Anatomy of a ROLIE Feed
[09:15:01] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 11: …
[09:15:12] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 12: Anatomy of a ROLIE Entry
[09:15:48] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 13: The ROLIE extension system
[09:17:14] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 14: ROLIE SWID
[09:17:22] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 15: Looking Forward
[09:19:17] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> next presentation
[09:20:18] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> ROLIE Checklist Information Type Extension
[09:20:22] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 1:
[09:20:45] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 2: Why? / What? / Other Interesting Things:
[09:22:52] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 3: Next Steps
[09:23:12] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> Have you read this Jessica?
[09:23:22] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> (getting ready for the chair question)
[09:25:07] <Adam Montville> Great answer!
[09:25:33] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> next presentation : Trusted Network Comms Arch
[09:25:54] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 2: Why are talking about this
[09:26:36] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 3: Why was it revised
[09:27:14] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 4: What changed
[09:29:55] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 5: TNC Arch Diagram 1.0
[09:30:29] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 6: TNC Arch Diagram 2.0
[09:32:13] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 7: TNC Arch 2.0 Capability Diagram
[09:33:31] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> slide 8: Conclusion
[09:35:55] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> and agenda done
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[09:41:15] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> run away! run away! run away!
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[09:41:26] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> to quote monty python
[09:41:42] <cinacio@swissjabber.eu> bye everyone, we're packing up here
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