[dhcwg] Call for Agenda Items for IETF-88 (Vancouver)

"Bernie Volz (volz)" <volz@cisco.com> Sun, 06 October 2013 19:24 UTC

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The Vancouver IETF is not that far off (Nov 3-8). See http://www.ietf.org/meeting/88/index.html for more details, including venue information and important dates.

The preliminary agenda has the DHC WG is scheduled for TUESDAY, November 5 from 0900-1130 PST.

Please also note:

  *   2013-10-07 (Monday): Working Group Chair approval for initial document (Version -00) submissions appreciated by UTC 24:00.
  *   2013-10-11 (Friday): Final agenda to be published.
  *   2013-10-21 (Monday): Internet Draft submission cut-off (for all drafts, including -00) by UTC 24:00, upload using IETF ID Submission Tool<https://datatracker.ietf.org/submit/>t/>.
We are starting the call for agenda items. The co-chairs will finalize the agenda about two weeks before the meeting and will give priority to items as follows (in this order):

1.       WG documents with active working group discussion or that are deemed critical (i.e., have upcoming milestones)

2.       WG documents with little or no discussion (provided there is a strong reason for the discussion ... i.e., a higher bandwidth discussion is needed)

3.       Non WG documents with active working group discussion

4.       Non WG documents with little or no discussion

We will limit the number of presentations to reduce the chance that we don't get to them all.

Please be sure to focus your presentations on issues that need discussion or input (new work can include an overview, but the focus should be on issues needing resolution). Status updates can be sent to the mailing list.

If you would like time, please indicate:

-          Draft name or topic

-          Who will present

-          How much time is needed

-          Why is time needed (tell us why you can't get what you need by posting on the mailing list) and what will be covered


-          Tomek & Bernie