[Aggsrv] Possible agenda bash

Pete Resnick <presnick@qti.qualcomm.com> Mon, 11 March 2013 17:34 UTC

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I should have said more about this earlier:

There was *extensive* discussion during our BOF approval call between 
the IESG and IAB regarding why this BOF was proposing new protocol 
rather than using existing things (examples given -- whatever their real 
applicability -- were DNS-SD and DHCP). There's nothing in the current 
agenda or the presentations that attempt to address this. I think we 
probably need to deal with this directly. Do folks think it is 
reasonable to not only be prepared for these questions (with specific 
attention to why DNS-SD and DHCP are or are not appropriate to this 
problem area) but also to maybe have a slide mentioning it?

pr

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