YANGsters

IEEE 802 YANG editors’ coordination

This group is responsible for discussing common practice for YANG models supporting IEEE 802 protocols.  This common practice includes, but is not limited to, URN root, style, structure, tooling and process.  While the primary attendees are expected to be editors of existing IEEE 802 YANG projects, other experts interested in YANG are welcome.

IssueShort Description
Semantics of read-write in YANGDiscussion of sophisticated mechanisms that can be used to protect leaf values. Along with YANG statements/substatements like config and mandatory, the following RFC discusses a model to control access.
IETF RFC 8519 describes a YANG Model for Access Control Lists
YANG RevisionsDealing with YANG revision management and the issue of multiple projects working on YANG modules concurrently
YANG Versioning Solution Overview
YANG Semantic Versioning
yangsters-smansfield-yang-versioning-0820-v01.pdf
Pretty Printing DiscussionPretty Printer
Finalize where Pretty Printer will be stored and the Copyright details.
https://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2020/new-specht-yang-pretty-printing-0620-v05.pdf
NETMOD YANG reviewsReview Appendix A
Current Discussion Thread on IETF NETMOD List
https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-ietf-netmod-sub-intf-vlan-model/

Mapping of Managed Objects to YANG artifactsIs it necessary for YANG to return exactly what the standard says, or can there be a mapping that uses more appropriate YANG constructs. For example Boolean vs. Enumeration
Sidebar