Whenever work areas are defined in the agenda, and enough interest seems to exist with the ASRG, the
industry and the larger Internet community in those areas, the chairs may convene smaller subgroups
to research those areas away from the more general discussion on the main list. Most ASRG subgroups
operate their own mailing lists, and have their own procedures and guidelines, which may vary from the
main ASRG procedures. Each subgroup is headed by one or more coordinators, which are responsible for
managing the subgroup, and reporting its progress on a regular basis to the main ASRG community.
Mail Archives for Finished Subgroups
Subgroups maybe closed or open, with public or private mail archives. All ASRG subgroups
must report their progress to the community at large. Subgroups may have specific goals
or do open-ended research. If you want to propose a subgroup, send a short proposal to the
ASRG chairs or post it to the main discussion list.
For those subgroups that have folded into other subgroups, see the homepage of the new subgroup for the