[dnssd] Some possible agenda items for Brisbane

Ted Lemon <elemon@apple.com> Tue, 05 March 2024 01:31 UTC

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Subject: [dnssd] Some possible agenda items for Brisbane
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SRP has been updated, I think we're done, there's one last nit we could talk about, which is, should we require single-hop protection. This was raised by the transport area review, IIRC, and has also been raised on the list. So we definitely have an excuse to do this as part of IESG review if we want.

I just updated TSR to reflect what I talked about in Prague.

I just updated advertising proxy to reflect what I talked about in Prague.

Jonathan just updated replication.

Di Ma and I talked in Prague about doing an extension to DNS Push, and it turned out we were thinking about different things, but anyway we have a draft that might be worth presenting, and is actual new work the WG hasn't seen before, with a co-author who isn't all FAANGy, so that's cool. The -00 is published as draft-tlmd-push-dnssd-additional-00 (https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-tlmd-push-dnssd-additional/).

I think that's everything I know about. We definitely have a bunch of remaining work to do. I've mostly talked about the stuff that's in the document updates already, so it would mostly be status updates, but we haven't had a lot of discussion about some of the ideas I presented in Prague (e.g. subdomains of local as a way to avoid collisions).

So, if there is energy to participate in these discussions, that would be great.