[e2e] end of interest

David P. Reed dpreed at reed.com
Fri Apr 18 06:13:57 PDT 2008

I personally think that the network community has become frustrated with 
the inability to explore end-to-end protocols because the endpoint 
stacks are "locked in" by vendors in proprietary code.

Jon Crowcroft wrote:
> last month's postings on this list was 80% CfPs;
> this month has 1 message which is a CfP;
> is this the end of interest in end-to-end?
> has the location/identifier debate 
> mean everyone split?
> does virtualization mean unjustifying the ends?
> has mesh networking for nanotech
> or packet swarms and multipath routing 
> diverted attention elsewhere?
> its not like there's no work out there - just look at
> this weeks NSDI programme:-
> http://www.usenix.org/event/nsdi08/tech/
> j.

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