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At the YANGsters gathering on Monday evening, a discussion on the structure of the YANG Catalog was discussed. There was consensus on moving to a new configuration related to the standards branch. I would like to ensure my understanding of the structure is correct and introduce a change to the experimental branch as well (to align with how other standards groups are using the experimental branch).
The new suggested structure of the standard branch for IEEE is:
Previously there was no specific branch called published. When an IEEE Standard is published that contains YANG module(s), the YANG modules contained in that IEEE Standard are moved from the draft branch to the published branch. In this structure if someone is looking for standard published modules related to IEEE 802.1, the path would be yang/standard/ieee/published/802.1. This structure keeps all published modules in a common branch.
We didn’t spend much time on the experimental branch, so I would like to suggest the following. Since the branch is experimental, it would be better not to have study group specific branches under experimental. Both IETF and BBF have the experimental directory as one flat branch. This helps indicate that the work here is not officially sanctioned by any working group.
So the structure would simply be… yang/experimental/ieee
Please consider this new structure and provide comments.
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