Re: [6lowpan] How to ask a presentation time slot in coming IETF conf in Taipei?

Carsten Bormann <> Wed, 28 September 2011 19:31 UTC

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On Sep 28, 2011, at 20:25, Chao Zhou (czhou) wrote:

> Thank you for your info. We do have a draft which is "draft-wang-6lowpan-scheduling-requirements-00". We're hoping to bring interest in this area through the presentation in the coming conference. We're planning to submit the second version soon. In this case, is that possible to make a slot?


thanks for the pointer.
Leafing through this draft, I have two questions:

1) What is the ultimate disposition you envision for this document?
What kind of standards activity will be influenced by this set of requirements?
Or, more specifically, what is the IETF activity you envision that would have this document as its requirements set?

2) What would be the objective of a face-to-face discussion at this point?
(We don't schedule meeting slots to present things, but to achieve something.)
Given that I'm not aware of an existing IETF activity where this document would fit, a natural first step would be to first gather interest in setting up a new activity and then start work on the pertinent requirements document.

A random observation about the I-D: 
I'm not sure about the purpose of the references.

Gruesse, Carsten