Stephen Farrell has entered the following ballot position for
draft-ietf-6lo-6lobac-06: No Objection

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- 1.3: "cost effective" and similar marketing language is
better avoided. I'd say deleting that sentence is better.

- section 5: It's not clear to me why the 115k data rate
"dictates" header compression to reduce latency. I'm not
doubting that it might, but it's not clear from what's
stated that it does.

- Appendices B/C: I'm not clear how these are not part of
the standard. I think what you mean is that the code is
not, but the algorithms in fact are in fact necessary to
implement this. (I also agree with Alia's suggestion to add
the IETF trust <CODE BEGINS> stuff, assuming that's not

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