[arch-d] Invite to webex side meeting 03/25, 8:00 AM on "New IP Architecture and Protocols".

Toerless Eckert <tte@cs.fau.de> Fri, 20 March 2020 22:38 UTC

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Subject: [arch-d] Invite to webex side meeting 03/25, 8:00 AM on "New IP Architecture and Protocols".
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Dear colleagues

At IETF106, we had an inofficial IETF106 side meeting on New-IP Research,
see https://trac.ietf.org/trac/ietf/meeting/wiki/106sidemeetings

If you are interested to continue or join the discussion,
we would like to invite you to a followup, this time via webex:

Meeting invite/info below.

Please contact us for comments and questions:
  richard.li@futurewei.com, tte@cs.fau.de

Thank you
    Toerless

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Meeting
  Title: New IP Architecture and Protocols Meeting
  Time:  03/25/2020, 08:00 - 09:00 AM PST [1500 - 1600 UTC] (extend to 9:30 if needed)
                     07:30 - 08:00 AM PST [1430 - 1500 UTC] Webex testing if you need it.
  Where: Webex (see below)
     
Agenda 

The Internet Protocol (IP) has been used successfully in our times. But can it still support and implement emerging applications, industry verticals, and network infrastructural changes in the future? Some typical emerging applications include, but not limited to, industrial machine-to-machine communications, industrial control and manufacturing, driverless vehicles, and holographic type communications. The infrastructural changes include, for example, convergence and integration of satellite networks with terrestrial networks, ManyNets, and Industrial IoT. 

This is the 2nd in its series of New IP Research Side Meetings with the following as the objectives:
-        To share findings and observations about the Internet and its protocols regarding its fundamental weakness, incapability and vulnerability by its design. 
-        To explore the impacts of future applications to the IP architecture and protocols
-        To investigate the implications of infrastructural changes for the IP architecture and protocols 

1. Welcome  (Richard Li) - 5 minutes 
2. Forwarding Layer Problem Statement – (Stewart Bryant) – 30 minutes
            available at https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-bryant-arch-fwd-layer-ps-00
3. An Evolution of Network Control: from Earth to Space (Dan King) – 30 minutes  
4. Next steps/wrap up (Richard Li) – 5 minutes

Tooling Logistics
Logistics:
   Webex: https://futurewei.my.webex.com/futurewei.my/j.php?MTID=mfa1d34bd6f206e768351e5b010cb1649
          Meeting number (access code): 627 299 859
          Meeting password: 8CjPUGgaR99
          ICS calender entry: https://futurewei.my.webex.com/futurewei.my/j.php?MTID=m035fce7bd56f4f654fa24a2fc2f8edaa
          More webex info: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/network2030/meetings/master/v107-side-meeting/webex_meeting.txt
     Meeting will not be recorded
     Please use chat channel to ask questions in text or queue yourself to ask questions in audio.
     Please mute yourself when not speaking.
     Email entered in Webex is not relevant (enter anything you want).
     Please read here for great IETF info how to use start/use webex:
        https://www.ietf.org/how/meetings/107/session-participant-guide/ 
   Etherpad URL:  https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/v107-side-meeting
      Please enter your Name, Affiliation into the Etherpad if you want to
      Etherpad will also be used to take minutes below, participants welcome to help
   GitHub URL: https://github.com/network2030/meetings/tree/master/v107-side-meeting
      Meeting minutes / participant list will be published to github after meeting together with slides here

Q&A/Discussion
   We think the meeting can be an informal side meeting without too much structure. 
   If you have a question to the attendees, please use the webex chat.
   If you have questions to the presenter, please wait for times when presenter asks for questions/comments
   As needed, we will use the IETF "+q" on the webex channel to form a question/comment queue
   We suggest to direct followup discussions to architcture-discuss@ietf.org if you think it is of interest to the IETF.