Revised minutes for March 23

Steve Coya <scoya@CNRI.Reston.VA.US> Sun, 26 March 1995 18:53 UTC

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	    INTERNET ENGINEERING STEERING GROUP (IESG)
		       March 23, 1995

Reported by: Steve Coya, IETF Executive Director

This report contains IESG meeting notes, positions and action items.

These minutes were compiled by the IETF Secretariat which is supported
by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. NCR 8820945.

For more information please contact the IESG Secretary at
<iesg-secretary@ietf.cnri.reston.va.us>us>.

ATTENDEES
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    Bradner, Scott / Harvard
    Coya, Steve / CNRI
    Halpern, Joel / Newbridge Networks
    Huitema, Christian / INRIA (IAB Liaison)
    Klensin, John / MCI
    Knowles, Stev / FTP Software
    Mankin, Allison / ISI
    Mockapetris, Paul / ISI
    O'Dell, Mike / UUNET
    Reynolds, Joyce / ISI
    Rekhter, Yakov / IBM (IAB Liaison)
    Schiller, Jeff / MIT

Regrets
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   Huizer, Erik / SURFnet
   Rose, Marshall / DBC
   Topolcic, Claudio / BBN

Minutes
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 1. The minutes of the March 9 telechat were approved. Coya to place in
    the IETF Shadow directories.

 2. The IESG approved the publication of "MHS use of the X.500 Directory
    to support MHS Routing" <draft-ietf-mhsds-routdirectory-06.txt> as
    an Experimental Protocol, though the IESG requests that the title
    be changed to "X.400-MHS use of the X.500 Directory to support
    X.400-MHS Routing"

    Coya to notify RFC Editors.

 3. The IESG decided to return "The PPP Encryption Control Protocol
    (ECP)" <draft-ietf-ospf-demand-02.txt> to the WG for revisions.

    Coya to send copy of the note from John Klensin (noting that Scott
    agrees with the points raised by John) to the WG Chair and the ADs.
    Discussion on making ECP a standards track item will be suspended
    until the revision is made available.

 4. The IESG approved the publication of Extending OSPF to support
    demand circuits <draft-ietf-ospf-demand-02.txt> as a Proposed
    Standard.

    Coya to send announcement.

 5. The IESG approved reclassifying RFC 1267 and RFC 1268 (BGP 3) as
    Historic documents.

    Coya to send announcement.

 6. The IESG approved the publication of IP over SMDS <RFC1209> as a
    Standard.

    Coya to send announcement.

 7. The IESG approved the creation of IP Version 6 MIB (ipv6mib)
    Working Group in the Internet Area.

    Coya to send announcement.

 8. The IESG approved the creation of RWhois Operational Development
    (rwhois) Working Group in the Operational Requirements Area.

    Coya to send announcement.

 9. The IESG had no problem with the publication of "INETPhone:
    Telephone Services and Servers on Internet" as an Informational
    RFC. Allison Mankin wanted to prepare a statement that would be
    included on the RFC cover page.

    Coya to notify RFC Editors. Mankin to send text for inclusion to
    the RFC Editors.

10. The IESG wanted to annotate "ICMP Domain Name messages"
    <draft-simpson-icmp-domain-name-01.txt> which was submitted to the
    RFC Editor as an Experimental Protocol. Allison will prepare text
    to be included in the RFC cover.

    Coya to notify RFC Editors. Mankin to send text for inclusion to
    the RFC Editors.

11. There will be an IESG Retreat held in the DC area on April 27-28,
    1995.

12. The IESG decided that Hale & Dorr would be contracted to provide
    counsel. Scott to coordinate with Geoff Stewart and arrange for him
    to be present at the Poised95 session on Intellectual Property
    Rights at the Danvers IETF meeting.

13. The Poised95-IPR BOF session is to be rescheduled so that if
    follows the IAB review of Dave Crocker's appeal. The IPR session
    will be held Wednesday morning.

    Coya to inform Scott of the exact date and time of the session as
    he will pass that on to Geoff Stewart of Hale and Dorr.

14. The IESG felt that the normal course of actions would be to create
    an SSL I-D and refer the SSL developers to the IETF WG.  However,
    if the SSL folks felt that the WG's aims were incompatible, we
    should allow informational publication with a disclaimer by
    Schiller and Klensin.

    Coya to inform Klensin and Schiller of the action item, and convey
    their sentiments to the RFC Editors.