Re: [Anima] Primary ANIMA agenda for IETF 106

Michael Richardson <> Fri, 08 November 2019 13:54 UTC

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Sheng Jiang <> wrote:
    > The below is the link to our primary ANIMA agenda. It is a subject to be changed.
    > Please no hesitate to contact the chair for any miss or mistake.
    > Speakers, please send your slides to chairs by Sunday, November 17th,
    > 2019. Thanks.

    > Brian, in your previous email, you mentioned a topic anima ecosystem,
    > but did not explicitly apply a time slot. I have allocated it together
    > with your ASA guideline topic. Let me know, if you have different
    > opinion.

    > Michael, in your previous email, you mentioned a newly coming topic
    > delegated-voucher, but neither explicitly apply a time slot or submit a
    > new draft. Since we still have 15 minutes spare time in BRASK
    > session. If you want to present this topic, I can put it at the end as
    > the last backup topic.

Thank you, that is appreciated.
I did not have time to finish that document before the cut-off date.

I do have requirements from a number of industrial players, as well as a very
loud desire from the IESG to solve the second-sale problem.
So I could do three slides on possible ways to solve this problem, posting a
document on Monday.

Michael Richardson <>, Sandelman Software Works
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