Re: [Dtls-iot] dice wg future work... or time to declare victory?

Zach Shelby <> Mon, 25 January 2016 17:00 UTC

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In particular I want to thank Hannes and Thomas for stepping up to lead the work on DICE profiles and everyone else in the WG who has helped along the way (

I think this is a great example of a focused WG, where we had a clear picture of what we wanted to achieve when starting out, actively focused on getting those things done, and resisted inventing new work for ourselves.


> On 25 Jan 2016, at 07:25, Stephen Farrell <> wrote:
> Hi,
> We discussed closing the WG back in Oct/Nov and a few
> folks argued to not close. However, nothing much seems
> to have happened since, so I've requested closure. You
> should see the official announcement soon.
> The list will remain open.
> If you have related work that you would like to see
> progress in the IETF that fits here but not elsewhere
> please do use this list to chat about that. If/when
> some such piece of work seems like it'd garner IETF
> consensus then I'll be happy to help figure out how to
> progress that.
> And thanks again to the chairs and participants.
> Cheers,
> S.
> On 20/10/15 16:35, Stephen Farrell wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Congratulations to all involved in getting the DTLS profile
>> document done and through the process.
>> Now that that's done, and given that the originally planned
>> work on group communication hasn't progressed as planned (due
>> to us discovering that it was trickier than we initially
>> thought), I think it's time for the WG to evaluate whether
>> it's time to declare victory and close the WG, or if there's
>> some other work to be done.
>> In chatting with the chairs, we figured that perhaps now is
>> time to declare victory, but of course that's a topic to talk
>> about here, so please send your thoughts on the topic to the
>> list in the next week or two and the chairs and I will see
>> where we think things are at.
>> Cheers and well done again,
>> Stephen, Dorothy ad Zach.
>> PS: The list can remain open even if we do end up closing
>> the working group if that's useful.
>> _______________________________________________
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