Re: [hiprg] agenda items for Beijing

"Henderson, Thomas R" <thomas.r.henderson@boeing.com> Sun, 07 November 2010 04:35 UTC

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Although I will not be attending the Beijing meeting, and have been quiet lately due to other projects, I will post some comments on the RG drafts in a few following messages.  I would like to try to keep our RG drafts moving forward towards completion, and identify and work the issues keeping them from moving to IRSG review.  Perhaps those of you at the meeting can try to use meeting time to discuss these issues.

My read of the RG drafts is that the DHT and Experiment Report are nearly done, and the other three drafts (revocation, proxies, and RFID) have some open issues to work on.  I plan to revise the Experiment Report draft one more time based on input received from Miika in September.  I'll post comments on the other three drafts (DHT, proxies, and revocation) that were recently updated, in separate messages, and I'll try to turn around comments on the RFID draft once the -01 version is posted (which I understand may be coming soon).

I hope to see many of you again at the next IETF meeting in March.

- Tom