Thursday, July 07, 2005

On to the next round...

Did I say syslog-protocol is close to being finished? Well, yesterday evening, I started to integrate some intelligent comments into my draft (then at revision #14). Initially, I thought it was a quick job. Now (again arrived close to evening), I now know I underestimated things a little bit. If you need to double-check the documents, this is quite time-intensive. For example, I changed some field values, which lead to all examples become invalid and needed to be redone. Also, when at it, I noticed some other minor quirks (interesting, they are still there...). Nothing big, but it simply takes time. Anyhow, now it's finished and I've send a really huge posting to the IETF discussion list. I hope people will actually look at it.

Anyhow, as Chris has announced on the list, we seem to be close to final call.

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