Thanks for starting this discussion, because we are looking forward to
the support of YANG 1.1 in OpenDaylight.
Unfortunately we don't have resources in our company that can help in
the development of this, but if it may help in priority setting for the
different subtasks: the YANG 1.1 features that we're encountering in the
IETF models, and which we have to comment out for the moment, are:
- use of derived-from-or-self function in when conditions
The models in question are from
Other people may have different priorities of course. This is just as
We will be happy to test intermediate builds if possible.
On 14/10/2016 13:04, Ryan Goulding wrote:
Thanks, Rashmi. We will include you going forward.
Martin, have you had any luck setting up a meeting time slot for this
endeavor? If not, I can take a stab at it based on available upstream
meeting times derived from the meetings wiki page .
On Tue, Oct 11, 2016 at 10:20 AM, Rashmi Pujar <rpu...@inocybe.com
Hi Ryan, Martin,
I am interested to participate in Yang1.1 effort. Please forward
the meeting details once you have them.
Is there a Trello board that I need to subscribe to or the
activity is tracked on bugzilla?
On Tue, Oct 11, 2016 at 9:39 AM, Ryan Goulding
<ryandgould...@gmail.com <mailto:ryandgould...@gmail.com>> wrote:
I have included +yangtools-dev and +controller-dev in the cc
list in attempt to recruit more people for this effort :). My
main point behind this is that these meetings should be open
to the public community so we can drive inclusion and
hopefully spread the workload for this big effort.
I am available to do work on Yang 1.1, as I stated in our last
kernel projects call. Similar to others, I split my time on
many endeavors, but this is my main area of focus for this
Please let me know where/when this call will happen. If we
need help finding a time slot for webex, I can communicate
with LF staff to set up the appropriate tools.
On Tue, Oct 11, 2016 at 8:40 AM, Martin Ciglan -X (mciglan -
PANTHEON TECHNOLOGIES at Cisco) <mcig...@cisco.com
Hi Colin & Ryan
'Yang 1.1 meetings' is still TO DO, we should be able to
come up with more information next week.
For time being, can you specify how many people can
participate, % commitment to be able to finish assigned
bug(s), etc... ?
Thank you in advance.
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