Re: [dnssd] Should DNSSD meet at IETF 119 in Brisbane?

David Schinazi <> Tue, 20 February 2024 18:53 UTC

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Subject: Re: [dnssd] Should DNSSD meet at IETF 119 in Brisbane?
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Hi DNSSD enthusiasts,

I'm writing this email to confirm that DNSSD will be meeting in Brisbane
next month. This time around, we'll be having a joint session with the SNAC
WG. If anyone saw the email titled "dnssd - Cancelling a meeting request
for IETF 119", that's an artefact of the tooling at it can be safely
ignored - we've confirmed with the secretariat that the joint session is
indeed happening. If you have suggestions for agenda items for DNSSD in
Brisbane, please send them to the chairs in reply to this email.


On Tue, Jan 16, 2024 at 3:37 PM David Schinazi <>

> Hello DNSSD enthusiasts,
> The next IETF meeting will take place the week of March 18, 2024 in
> Brisbane, Australia. Do you think DNSSD should meet there? If yes, please
> reply here and propose agenda items. If we receive enough proposals to
> warrant a meeting, the chairs will put in a meeting request. Please note
> that the deadline for us to do that is February 2, 2024 - so don't wait too
> long :-)
> Thanks,
> David