[alto] Planning for ALTO: IETF106, 106 Workshop and an independent workshop

"Y. Richard Yang" <yry@cs.yale.edu> Wed, 04 September 2019 23:52 UTC

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Subject: [alto] Planning for ALTO: IETF106, 106 Workshop and an independent workshop
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Dear all,

This is an update from the meeting today.

- There are more interests in having a f2f session than not at 106 to
better push the progress to finish the remaining drafts.

- There are interests in organizing an informal workshop (2-3 hours) at 106
on application and network integration. It will include application-layer
traffic optimization but go beyond in the more general scope of
application-aware networking and network-aware application.

- We will organize a generic workshop (late Jan. or more likely early Feb
2020) on application + network.

If you have any interests in participating in or co-organizing the
workshops, please let us know.

Richard