[Add] BoF at IETF105

Jim Reid <jim@rfc1035.com> Thu, 20 June 2019 21:19 UTC

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There’s going to be a non WG-forming BoF in Montreal. The date and time will be announced shortly once the overall draft meeting plan is ready.

Here’s the proposed agenda. Which is subject to change, largely depending on comments and suggestions on this list. If anyone has suggestions for other topics for further protocol work, please speak up.

1. Agenda bashing (5 mins)
2. Current factual state, expected trends and concerns related to applications doing DNS resolution, and areas where we all have common interest in figuring stuff out. (20 mins)
3. Potential areas for future protocol work, best practices, or guidance:
	• Server discovery (15 mins)
	• Expression of resolver policy (15 mins)
	• Supporting split-horizon (15 mins)
4. Discussion (15 mins)
	• Overlap with existing chartered work in DPRIVE, DOH, and DNSOP
	• Expressions of interest in working on specific work items

Further info about the BoF is on the wiki at https://trac.tools.ietf.org/bof/trac