[dnssd] Summary of WG meeting

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Ralph and I produced a very brief summary of the WG meeting outcomes for the int-area Wiki, which are copied below.

Thanks to everyone for their contributions for the meeting. Hopefully we can progress the two drafts for the DNS Push work promptly, and in the meantime get an updated hybrid proxy draft to the IESG.

Best wishes,

dnssd WG, Monday afternoon session 2, 3:50PM

* Chairs’ Introduction

* Discussion: WGLC of Hybrid Unicast/Multicast DNS-Based Service Discovery - draft-ietf-dnssd-hybrid-03

Several WG members supplied input during the WG last call.  Stuart Cheshire responded to that input.  He will edit draft-ietf-dnssd-hybrid-03 according to that input and publish rev-04.  The chairs will review -04 to ensure all comments have been appropriately addressed and submit the revised draft to the IESG for publication.
* Discussion: Next Steps for DNS Push Notifications - draft-ietf-dnssd-push-06

There was input during discussion that this document actually specifies two different behaviours: DNS-over-TCP and DNS updates.  The authors will split draft-ietf-dnssd-push-06 into two documents, one for each behaviour.

* Discussion: WGLC of On Interoperation of Labels between DNS and Other Resolution Systems - draft-ietf-dnssd-mdns-dns-interop-02

There was only one set of (editorial level) comments from Dave Thaler about this document during the WG last call. Because the document has been thoroughly reviewed by the WG during an earlier WG last call, the chairs have agreed that Dave and Andrew will work together to update the draft which will then be submitted to the IESG for publiciation.

* Discussion: -03 version of Scalable DNS-SD (SSD) Threats - draft-otis-dnssd-scalable-dns-sd-threats-03

Because discussion of the first two agenda items was prioritised, and there also being ongoing review and discussion of this document on the WG mailing list, the presentation was taken off the agenda.

* Discussion: New draft: Privacy Extensions for DNS-SD	- draft-huitema-dnssd-privacy-00

The WG appreciates this contribution and encourages further work on the document, even if there is no specific solution proposed as yet. The AD confirmed that privacy issues are implicitly within our charter.