[Iccrg] Re: [Tsvwg] Re: Last Call: draft-ietf-tsvwg-cc-alt
(Specifying New Congestion Control Algorithms) to BCP
mallman at icir.org
Wed May 30 13:25:58 BST 2007
> For other guidelines, i.e., (2), (5), (6), and (7), the author
> must perform the suggested evaluations and provide recommended
> analysis. Evidence that
> the proposed mechanism has significantly more problems than those of
> TCP should be a cause for concern in approval for widespread
> deployment in the global Internet.
Looks OK to me. I have incorporated it, modulo comments from Sally.
As for the non-BE stuff: This document is a no-op. But, why is that an
issue? The IETF would have to grapple with the non-BE case just as it
does today (i.e., without a set of guidelines). This one document does
not need to solve all the world's problems. If you want to write a
document about how the IETF should handle non-BE congestion control
proposals, I think that'd be fine. And, again, I am not hearing outcry
on this point so I think the document is fine (even if the consensus on
this one point is not completely 'smooth').
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