[Cbor] Interims resuming 2021-04-07, agenda (endianness, 128bit, freezer)

Christian Amsüss <christian@amsuess.com> Wed, 31 March 2021 08:35 UTC

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Subject: [Cbor] Interims resuming 2021-04-07, agenda (endianness, 128bit, freezer)
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Hello CBOR group,

I'm looking forward to resuming interim meetings with you next week.

The agenda is updated at [1]; so far it contains points that we ran out
of time for in IETF110 (cddl-freezer and 128bit extensions), and the
recent endianness discussions (which share the theme of "things outside
compatibility with the first versions of CBOR").

Please let me know if there are other things you'd like to put on the

See you there

[1]: https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/agenda-interim-2021-cbor-06-cbor-01/

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