[Hash] Revised proposed agenda for IETF 63 in Paris

Paul Hoffman <paul.hoffman@vpnc.org> Tue, 26 July 2005 15:20 UTC

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We are scheduled for Monday evening 1815-1945. I have received three 
requests to make short presentations. Given that we only have 90 
minutes, and we still obviously have issues to deal with in the 
charter, think a better order will be:

1) Presentations (60 minutes):
    - Ran Canetti on draft-irtf-cfrg-rhash-00.txt
    - Russ Housley on a proposal for message preprocessing
    - Bellovin and Rescorla on IETF protocols and new hashing mechanisms
    - General discussion on tradeoffs of mechanisms and functions

2) Charter discussion (30 minutes);
    - What are the short term and long term objectives for the IETF?
    - Is it possible to set IETF requirements for hash functions?
    - Is a Working Group useful to the IETF? To the outside world?

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