Note: This ballot was opened for revision 05 and is now closed.
Summary: Needs a YES. Needs 10 more YES or NO OBJECTION positions to pass.
Comment (2009-10-24 for -07)
Thanks, looks like you took care of all my Comments.
Comment (2009-04-06 for -07)
Support Discuss from several other ADs.
Comment (2010-02-11 for -)
1. Most DisplayString objects have been changed into Utf8String objects, but
there are still a few objects where they use DisplayString.I understand that in
these cases there will (most probably) never be international text, so we can
live with this. On the other hand, I do not see what the problem would be to
also make those utf8 based. If the content is ASCII, then basically that is
exactly the same, no matter if it is repreented in UTF8 or ASCII.
2. Now that they use Utf8String (from RFC 2287), I think that RFC2287 should be
added as a normative reference.
3. It would be nice to acknowledge the contribution of the MIB Doctor Bert