Re: [Anima] Call for agenda ANIMA @ IETF 106, Singapore

Sheng Jiang <> Fri, 08 November 2019 09:59 UTC

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Hi, Own,

Thanks for your emails. Your application for time slot are noted. The chairs will allocate time according to the overall received applications. The agenda will be settle down soon.

Best regards,


From: Owen Friel (ofriel) []
Sent: Thursday, November 07, 2019 7:48 PM
To: Sheng Jiang <>;
Subject: RE: Call for agenda ANIMA @ IETF 106, Singapore

Hi Sheng,

Could I request 2 slots:

Slot 1:

Name: BRSKI Cloud Registrar
Draft: draft-friel-anima-brski-cloud
Time: 15 mins
Presenters: Owen Friel / Michael Richardson

Slot 2:

Name: ACME Integrations
Drafts: draft-friel-acme-integrations, draft-friel-acme-subdomains
Time: 10 mins
Presenter: Owen Friel


From: Anima <<>> On Behalf Of Sheng Jiang
Sent: 08 October 2019 04:56
Subject: [Anima] Call for agenda ANIMA @ IETF 106, Singapore

Hi, all anima,

We have been allocated two sessions of 1.5 + 1 hour for the ANIMA WG meeting for IETF-106 (Singapore). We are now starting to collect agenda items for the sessions. Please send your request for agenda by October 31th, Thursday, to<<>> and both chairs' email. Please note that email to a single chair may cause single-point failure.

As normal, the priority among these non-charter work items would be: these that have active discussion in mail list, then these have submitted drafts, and topics without drafts.

As you may observed, we now have the new WG charter in the place, but still, we have the priority to complete the current WG documents over to adopt any new work.

Please send us (anima-chairs at<><>)<> requests for time slot by October 31th, Thursday and include:

Name of time slot:

Name of draft(s):

Time requested:

Presenter name(s):

More details about the IETF 106, Montreal can be found at:

Again, presenters and draft authors please invoke active discussions in the ANIMA list. Mail list is a very good place to discuss and reach consensus on technical issues.

Best regards,