Re: [aqm] BoF planning

Spencer Dawkins <spencer@wonderhamster.org> Wed, 29 May 2013 07:30 UTC

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On 5/13/2013 9:47 AM, Wesley Eddy wrote:
> For planning an AQM BoF in Berlin, my thought is that
> a rather short BoF to beat up the charter and scope of
> work is what we'd want.

Wes, thank you for your work as AQM moves BOFward.

> The problem is pretty well understood, and I don't think
> more than a very brief overview is needed for people that
> might be interested from other areas.

I don't know if this would be helpful for anyone except me, but ... if 
there are lessons learned about the obstacles proposed AQN mechanisms 
faced in getting deployed, that might be helpful to remind people about, 
whether at a BOF, or as a proposed working group starts to work.

> I don't think we want to deep-dive into algorithms at this
> BoF, other than to show that they are becoming an active
> area of work again, that drafts are being brought to the
> IETF, and that there is interest in getting them done as
> IETF-stream RFCs.

Makes sense to me.

> In other words, one of the shorter timeslots should
> suffice, I think.

Makes sense to me. Were you thinking 60-minutes or 90 minutes?

Spencer