[dnsext] Meeting in Beijing

Andrew Sullivan <ajs@shinkuro.com> Wed, 13 October 2010 21:20 UTC

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Date: Wed, 13 Oct 2010 17:15:20 -0400
From: Andrew Sullivan <ajs@shinkuro.com>
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Subject: [dnsext] Meeting in Beijing
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Dear colleagues,

At the moment, we have a very light agenda for the Beijing meeting.
These are the items for which we've received requests:

1.  A brief presentation on a DNSSEC history wiki (with a solitication
for participation).

2.  A discussion of draft-vixie-dnsext-resimprove-00.

3.  A discussion of draft-yao-dnsext-identical-resolution-0[1|2].

We'd like people to treat (3) as though it's a WG draft.  Assuming the
charter we sent to the IESG gets approved, that document will
automatically become a WG document by virtue of the charter adoption.
We're being careful not to step out of process, however, and as of
right now, the document isn't strictly speaking on charter.

Our feeling is that a meeting of this sort can be completed within an
hour or so.  However, we find ourselves at the moment with a much
longer slot (currently, Wed. morning, for 2 1/2 hours.  We didn't ask
for that much; it is apparently mostly to deal with scheduling

I note, however, that we have a number of drafts that have been
lingering for some time.  This is mostly due to inertia.  Olafur and I
therefore propose to use the extra time as a breakout session to nail
down whatever changes are still needed in those lingering drafts.  If
we can get five committed reviewers for each document in the room, and
get the necessary text compromises settled, we can then immediately
send them through WGLC, and we would clear our docket.  We think this
would be a productive use of the time.

If you have objections to this plan, please let us know.  If you do
not so object, we'll take that as an indication that the plan sounds

Best regards,

Andrew and Olafur.

Andrew Sullivan
Shinkuro, Inc.