[Bp_ipv6] Update: Scope & Goals; Problem Definition
susan at chalmers.associates
Mon Jun 8 23:30:31 EDT 2015
Many thanks, Aaron. I look forward to reading them.
All, please do have a review in the next day, if possible. Our primary
focus is on the Scope & Goals
but we are also asking for your thoughts on the "Problem Definition" and
Based upon our discussion, I think that the exercise in front of us could
really benefit from further thoughts on the following aspects of "Scope:"
*Audience - Who are we writing to? *
I sense general agreement that the paper should focus on policy & business
best practices for IPv6 adoption. This suggests a target audience composed
primarily of policymakers in government and in business. The latter can
include business of different sizes and types, from small to large, from
non-Internet industry-related, to core Internet businesses.
Would this be an okay way to describe the scope in terms of audience? If
not, why not and what would you suggest?
*Adopters - Who do we want to adopt IPv6?*
Following Alejandro's point, it may be helpful to consider the different
policies/best practices which focus on particular 'uptake target groups'
(for lack of a more graceful term): e.g., what are the best practices to
encourage ________ to adopt IPv6? (end users, governments, the agricultural
sector.....whatever we can collect information on from discussants).
Would this be an okay way to describe the scope in terms of target
adopters? If not, why not and what would you suggest?
Many thanks all, and it would be nice to have your thoughts in this week if
susan at chalmers.associates
*CHALMERS* & ASSOCIATES
On Mon, Jun 8, 2015 at 10:40 AM, Aaron Hughes <aaronh at tcp0.com> wrote:
> FWIW I have completed my reviews and submitted all changes and comments to
> the docs for this revision.
> Aaron Hughes
> aaronh at tcp0.com
> Key fingerprint = 6486 43A5 1692 502C DCFC 8446 C714 E317 F6B1 DEC2
> On Jun 8, 2015, at 04:43, Susan Chalmers <susan at chalmers.associates>
> I am following up on Izumi's recent emails to confirm that comments/edits
> are invited on these documents by 9th June 2:00am UTC:
> *Scope & Goals* (introduces the BPF, outlines its scope, goals, guiding
> principles, and working methodology)
> I have taken the moderator's prerogative and edited the *Scope & Goals* for
> structure and readability, whilst preserving the integrity of all
> substantive points offered by the discussants to date. The suggested
> structure is: Introduction, Scope, Goals, Guiding Principles, Working
> - Tracked changes version:
> - Clean version:
> *May I suggest that, unless there are substantive/structural objections to
> the proposed edits, all look to the clean version to make further
> refinements before the June 9th due date.*
> *'Problem Definition' *(explains common challenges to IPv6 adoption and
> the help that the BPF seeks to provide; can serve as the basis for our
> background paper, in addition to an introduction to the final paper)
> Tomorrow, EST, I will seek to create a second draft of the document for
> ease of commenting purposes. The draft will reflect the discussion that has
> unfolded thus far on the mailing list.
> - The current Google doc:
> Please contribute your thoughts in the meantime, if you have not done so.
> I will acknowledge them in the new draft.
> *Finally*, Izumi has circulated a suggested timeline for the next phases
> of our discussion. Tomorrow I will put this information into a
> shareable/commentable document as well. Please respond to Izumi's email on
> the mailing list in the meantime.
> Many thanks and let us know if you have any questions.
> Sincere regards,
> Susan Chalmers
> susan at chalmers.associates
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