In response to: Development of Informative Codepoint mapping in ITU-T Study Group 12
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|From Contact||David L. Black|
|To Contacts||A. C. Morton <email@example.com>|
|Cc||Gorry Fairhurst <firstname.lastname@example.org>
James Polk <email@example.com>
Wesley Eddy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Martin Stiemerling <email@example.com>
Eliot Lear <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Development of Informative Codepoint mapping in ITU-T Study Group 12
The Transport Area Working Group thanks ITU-T's study group 12 for its liaison of 3 July 2012. We note with appreciation the active involvement of Mssrs. Geib and Morton. Since its receipt we have had several very engaging discussions, both in person, and on our mailing list that have considered the appendices to Y.QoSmap (now Y.1566). The WG has concluded that we will take on inter-provider QoS as a work item. This is a first step. The WG anticipates contributions along these lines to consider. We will keep you apprised of work in this area.