[DNSOP] Revised, Final Agenda for IETF89

Tim Wicinski <tjw.ietf@gmail.com> Mon, 03 March 2014 03:13 UTC

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Subject: [DNSOP] Revised, Final Agenda for IETF89
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I uploaded the final agenda a few hours ago. You can find it here:


When I pulled the agenda together I never sat down and added up all the 
time.  It was pointed out we filled more time than we were given.  After 
some discussion, we decided to pull the solution discussion surrounding 
DNS Privacy. There will still be some discussion on the requirements 
(though some of this may change considering how DNSE goes). We wanted to 
wait until we had a larger discussion on charter, and also where DNSE goes.

This is also a nudge for anyone who may owe me slides get them in by 
Wednesday so I can start assembling everything. I will also reach out to 
folks individually.


Agenda below
WG:             DNS Operations (dnsop)
Meeting:        IETF 89, London
Location:       Hilton Metropole, Sovereign
Date:           Friday, 7 March 2014
Time:           0900-1130 GMT
Chairs:         Tim Wicinski <tjw.ietf@gmail.com>
                 Suzanne Woolf <suzworldwide@gmail.com>

0)  Introduction

1)  Administrivia, Blue Sheets, etc. (10min)

     Overview of meeting structure   (chairs)

2)  Status Updates (35 minutes)
     (Business we need to move along)

     2.1) DNSSEC Key Exchanges, Hardaker, Kumari, et. al (10 min)
             Followup: Working Group Last Call?

     2.2) AS112 updates,  Abley (10 min)
             Followup: Next Steps?
             *Reviewers Needed*

     2.2a) Updating Parent Zones, Andrews (5 min)
             Followup: does the WG adopt?

     2.3) DNS Referral Response Size Issues (5 min)
             Followup: Open Questions need answering
             *Reviewers Needed*

     2.4) Initializing a DNS Resolver with Priming Queries, Koch (5)
             Followup: Address open questions?
             *Reviewers Needed*

3)  New Business

     3.1) Privacy and Confidentiality of DNS.

     DNSE BOF summary, Bortzmeyer (5 min)

     a) Requirements (10 min)

     b) Next Steps
         Not entirely inside *current* charter, but we do have
         a contribution to make….

3.2) Special Names (15 min)

     Chairs’ summary (5 min)
     Discussion: DNSOP role
         existing requests/RFC 6761 process:
         new drafts:
         room for improvement?

     Followup: Where should this go?

4)  Non Actionable DNS Extensions (20 min)
         (The Andrew Sullivan Memorial WG)

     4.1) TLS over DNS, Zi, (10 min)
         Followup: Does there need to be modification to DNS?

     4.2) EDNS Option updates, Wouters (5min)
         Followup: Consesnus on new options?

     4.3) DNS Cookies, Eastlake (5 min)
         Followup: Another DNS Protocol modification?

5) Charter Discussion  (30 min)

     Watch this space for content

6) New Business

     6.1) GetDNS API Release, Wiley (5 min)

     6.2) Passive DNS format,  Kaplan (10 min)

     6.3) DNSSEC Validator Requirements, Migault (5 min)

     6.4) DNSSEC Roadblock Avoidance, Hardaker (5 min)

7) After Meeting Reading

     7.1) Optimizing DNS Authority Server Placement (5 min)
         currently no draft, slides in packet