Re: [dnssd] Volunteer to present DNS-SD Privacy drafts in Seoul?

Tim Chown <> Wed, 16 November 2016 06:19 UTC

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On 9 Nov 2016, at 15:46, Tim Chown <<>> wrote:

For the DNS-SD Privacy work, neither Christian (in a plane) nor Daniel (middle of the night) are available to present remotely in Seoul.

They will send slides, which I’m happy to present, but is there anyone else in the WG who would be interested in leading the presentation of the work and the latest two drafts from the authored slides?  There are clearly many people who like the work.


Privacy Extensions for DNS-SD

Device Pairing Using Short Authentication Strings

As we’ve had no volunteers, we’ll present these two drafts from the chair. The agenda is otherwise unaltered.

We have requested an early security area review of the documents.

Best wishes,


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From: Tim Chown <<>>
Subject: [dnssd] Provisional agenda for dnssd WG @ Seoul
Date: 9 November 2016 at 15:40:02 GMT
To: "<>" <<>>
Cc: Tim Wicinski <<>>


Our provisional agenda follows.  Please feel free to bash here.
Note Ralph won’t be able to come to Seoul, so Tim Wicinski has kindly offered to co-pilot the session.


DNSSD WG Provisional Agenda

IETF97, Seoul
Thursday November 17th 2017
09:30am - 11:00am local time

Chairs’ Introduction Chairs, 5 mins

Hybrid Unicast/Multicast DNS-Based Service Discovery Chairs, 5 mins
- updated; confirm submission to the IESG

DNS Push
- now split into two drafts, one homed here, one in the dnsop WG:

DNS Push Notifications Stuart Cheshire, 15 mins

DNS Session Signalling Stuart Cheshire, 10 mins

DNS-SD Privacy
- now also split into two drafts, both within the dnssd WG

Privacy Extensions for DNS-SD TBC, 15 mins

Device Pairing Using Short Authentication Strings TBC, 15 mins

Stateful Multi-Link DNS Service Discovery Ted Lemon, 15 mins

Discussion: Other drafts, implementations, and next steps Chairs, 5 mins
- includes recommendations for using the hybrid proxy in campus environments
- noting

Close and summary of actions
Chairs, 5 mins


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