[6lo-fragmentation-dt] fragmentation DT section at 6lo@IETF10

Thomas Watteyne <thomas.watteyne@inria.fr> Mon, 05 March 2018 08:11 UTC

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DT,

I have been discussing with the 6lo chairs to have a fragmentatoin DT
section during the 6lo WG meeting on Thu afternoon at IETF101.

The tentative plan is to have a 45min session, which I propose to organise
as follows:

   - goal, overview and progress of the DT (Thomas) [10min]
   - draft-watteyne-6lo-minimal-fragment (Carsten?)  [10min]
   - draft-thubert-6lo-forwarding-fragments (Pascal?) [10min]
   - next step and Q&A (DT+WG) [15min]

Does this work for all?
@Carsten, do you agree to present draft-watteyne-6lo-minimal-fragment?
@Pascal,  do you agree to present draft-thubert-6lo-forwarding-fragments?

I think our plan is clear, and so is the plan to have the DT generate two
documents. The documents are well-underway, so I believe it makes sense to
ask the WG for WG adoption of both documents.

Thoughts welcome.

Thomas

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Thomas Watteyne, PhD
Research Scientist & Innovator, Inria
Sr Networking Design Eng, Analog Devices
Founder & co-lead, UC Berkeley OpenWSN
Co-chair, IETF 6TiSCH

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