TAR discussion from SF and resulting definitions: take 2
hardaker at tislabs.com
Wed Apr 29 12:06:03 EDT 2009
>>>>> On Tue, 28 Apr 2009 19:07:59 -0400 (EDT), Paul Wouters <paul at xelerance.com> said:
PW> I then got completely lost in in the zillion different TARs. I feel
PW> that I should probably go home in my PATVOMAHA [*]
>> I don't blame you. The 3 hour discussion held at the IETF pointed
PW> I am not sure defining every possible instance will help in that discussion.
PW> I for sure won't remember to use the 20 different kind of tar nouns.
I actually don't necessarily think that anyone will. Part of the
exercise was to label them all so we could separate them into pieces
that everyone agreed upon. I think it's more likely that given those
pieces that the important and popular ones will bubble to the top and
those are the only names that will need to be remembered (whatever those
names may be now or may migrate to in the future).
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