[6lowpan] Constrained Node/Network Cluster @ IETF88, "final" version

Carsten Bormann <cabo@tzi.org> Sat, 12 October 2013 06:56 UTC

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On Oct 5, 2013, at 18:31, Carsten Bormann <cabo@tzi.org> wrote:

> A first draft version of the IETF88 agenda is out. [...]
> Here is my usual eclectic condensed agenda built from that.  
> All times are PST (UTC-0800).

And here is the update based on the "final" agenda.
(Which is "final" only in that it will be committed to print; it still could change some more.)

Apart from room changes, the changes are:
1) The lwig/6tisch conflict was resolved; unfortunately the moved lwig now conflicts with perpass.
2) There will be no ROLL meeting in Vancouver.

Besides the official agenda, there will be unofficial ("hallway") meetings.
I have started to collect info on a Wiki page:

	http://trac.tools.ietf.org/wg/core/trac/wiki/hallway88

You can edit and add meetings there using your tools login.

Grüße, Carsten



MONDAY, November 4, 2013

0900-1130  Morning Session I
Georgia B	APP	appsawg	Applications Area Working Group WG - - Combined with APPAREA
Regency D	INT	6man	IPv6 Maintenance WG

1300-1430  Afternoon Session I
Regency B	SEC ***	dice	DTLS In Constrained Environments WG

1450-1720  Afternoon Session II
Georgia B	APP ***	core	Constrained RESTful Environments WG
Regency C	INT	intarea	Internet Area Working Group WG
Plaza C 	SEC	oauth	Web Authorization Protocol WG

1740-1940  Afternoon Session III
Regency A	APP	httpbis	Hypertext Transfer Protocol Bis WG
Regency D	OPS	v6ops	IPv6 Operations WG
Regency C	RTG	rtgarea	Routing Area Open Meeting

TUESDAY, November 5, 2013

0900-1130  Morning Session I
Georgia A	APP	httpbis	Hypertext Transfer Protocol Bis WG

1300-1400  Afternoon Session I
Plaza A 	APP	json	JavaScript Object Notation WG
Regency B	INT	its	Intelligent Transportation Systems BOF

1420-1550  Afternoon Session II
Georgia B	INT ***	6tisch	IPv6 over the TSCH mode of IEEE 802.15.4e WG
Regency B	TSV	tsvwg	Transport Area Working Group WG

1610-1840  Afternoon Session III
Regency A	INT ***	6lo	IPv6 over Networks of Resource-constrained Nodes WG
Plaza A 	OPS	eman	Energy Management WG
Georgia A	SEC	tls	Transport Layer Security WG

WEDNESDAY, November 6, 2013

1300-1530  Afternoon Session I
Plaza C 	INT ***	lwig	Light-Weight Implementation Guidance WG
Regency C	OPS	v6ops	IPv6 Operations WG
Regency D	SEC	perpass	Handling Pervasive Monitoring in the IETF  BOF
Georgia B	TSV	rmcat	RTP Media Congestion Avoidance Techniques WG

THURSDAY, November 7, 2013

0900-1130  Morning Session I
Regency D	INT	homenet	Home Networking WG
Georgia A	SEC	jose	Javascript Object Signing and Encryption WG
Regency C	TSV	tsvarea	Transport Area Open Meeting

1300-1500  Afternoon Session I
Regency D	SEC	saag	Security Area Open Meeting

1520-1720  Afternoon Session II
Regency B	APP ***	core	Constrained RESTful Environments WG

FRIDAY, November 8, 2013

0900-1100  Morning Session I
Georgia B	SEC	httpauth	Hypertext Transfer Protocol Authentication WG
Regency B	TSV	tsvwg	Transport Area Working Group WG

1120-1220  Afternoon Session I
Regency D	INT	dnssdext	Extensions for Scalable DNS Service Discovery  WG

1230-1330  Afternoon Session II
Regency D	INT	dnssdext	Extensions for Scalable DNS Service Discovery  WG