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
MAC Address FormatDifferences in string representation between the IETF mac-address and IEEE mac-address definitions
Semantics of read-write in YANGDiscussion of sophisticated mechanisms that can be used to protect leaf values
Press Release Discussion.1Qcx announcement draft
IEEE P802fEthertypes process and YANG work
YANG RevisionsDealing with YANG revision management and the issue of multiple projects working on YANG modules concurrently
YANG Versioning Solution: https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-ietf-netmod-yang-solutions/
Tooling GuidanceDiscussion of YANG tooling and updates to tooling
Git WorkflowDocument to help YANGsters use git effectively with the YANG Catalog's github repository
ECP YANGSplitting functionality out of EVB to support managed objects for ECP
Transmission Selection AlgorithmMissing YANG to control the object related to Transmission Selection Algorithm
Need to discuss creation of Maintenance Item to implement the objects that use the TSA type that has been created by .1Qcz
Pretty Printing DiscussionNow that we have a pretty printer, what options should be used?
I2RS YANG reviewReview of IETF draft-ietf-i2rs-yang-l2-network-topology

- Don’s Initial Review:
- Qin Wu’s Response:
- Don’s Reply:

- The conversation can be followed in the I2RS Archive mailing list:
NETMOD YANG reviewshttps://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-ietf-netmod-intf-ext-yang/
YANG Configuration Use-CasesCreate a set of sample YANG configurations that are based on typical use cases
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