[6tisch-security] security meeting schedule until IETF99

Michael Richardson <mcr+ietf@sandelman.ca> Thu, 06 April 2017 21:55 UTC

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Subject: [6tisch-security] security meeting schedule until IETF99
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The result of the doodle poll now favours Monday 2017-04-10 at 11am EDT.
That's 1500 UTC, I think.  There will be no time changes between now and
IETF99, so the choice of anchor should not matter.

I would like to use JITSI, using the URL:

(because I'm totally annoyed at webex)

I encourage you to visit the site prior to Monday.
There is no PSTN dial-in provisions, but it does work on pretty much every
platform that has webrtc, even, I think, Microsoft Edge, but probably not
Opera, and maybe not Safari(?).

The series of meetings will be:
    2017-05-22  (a holiday in Canada, let's discuss)
IETF99 is 2017-07-15 through 2017-07-21

The overall agenda is:
    1) finish 6tisch-minimal-security, with hooks to zero-touch.
       Get this to WGLC by IETF99.
    2) finish sketch of zero-touch document indicating how it fills
       in the hooks.  Get this close to WGLC by IETF99.
    3) work on enhanced-beacon document, should WG adopt it.
    4) work on rekey document, should WG adopt it.

The agenda for Monday is:
    1) review of IETF99, make sure we have all actions collected.

    2) OSCOAP/EDHOC: learn what we need to do, and in which WGs to advance
       is such that we can use it.

    3) other business?

Michael Richardson <mcr+IETF@sandelman.ca>ca>, Sandelman Software Works
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