Registration of media type text/3gpp-tt
Rey at panasonic.de
Fri Oct 8 11:44:26 CEST 2004
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ned.freed at mrochek.com [mailto:ned.freed at mrochek.com]
> Sent: Friday, October 08, 2004 4:43 AM
> To: Rey Jose
> Cc: IETF-Types; Colin Perkins
> Subject: RE: Registration of media type text/3gpp-tt
> > It is more than 2 weeks since I sent this in for
> consideration. Could
> > you please inform me about the status? I would like to
> proceed ASAP
> > with WGLC in AVT but cannot without passing this review.
> The ietf-types list is for informal media type reviews only.
> It is not where types are "considered" or "approved".
> Somtimes people comment on registrations, other times they don't.
Yes, you are right, "review" is the correct term.
However, reading the attached email from Colin, I understand that this review is 'required' for WGLC. This means that whether this review is "no comments" or there are in fact comments, I (we) have to know in order to progress the document. Specially this part (original attached):
"In future, as new RTP payload formats are developed, we will require expert review of the media type registration as part of the working group last call process. Please contact the chairs for guidance on the procedure for this review, when you believe your draft is ready for working group last call. We will not forward drafts to the IESG for publication **unless they have received such review.**"
> This type appears to be specified in an internet-draft that
> is destined to become an RFC. If that's the case, the media
> type will be reviewed as part of the IESG review and RFC
> publication process.
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