Re: [Hipsec] WG Review: Recharter of Host Identity Protocol (hip)

Tobias Heer <heer@cs.rwth-aachen.de> Thu, 22 July 2010 09:08 UTC

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Am 22.07.2010 um 10:58 schrieb Robert Moskowitz:

> Neat. This message was sent out on the 12th, but did not appear until the 22nd...
> 
> Of course, I am all for it!
> 
+1

I support it.

Tobias

> On 07/12/2010 11:30 PM, IESG Secretary wrote:
>> A modified charter has been submitted for the Host Identity Protocol (hip)
>> working group in the Internet Area of the IETF.  The IESG has not made any
>> determination as yet.  The modified charter is provided below for
>> informational purposes only.  Please send your comments to the IESG
>> mailing list (iesg@ietf.org) by Monday, July 19, 2010.
>> 
>> Host Identity Protocol (hip)
>> --------------------
>> Current Status: Active Working Group
>> 
>> Last Modified: 2010-07-12
>> 
>> Personnel
>> 
>> Chairs:         David Ward<dward@juniper.net>
>>                 Gonzalo Camarillo<gonzalo.camarillo@ericsson.com>
>> Area Director:  Ralph Droms<rdroms.ietf@gmail.com>
>> 
>> Mailing List
>> Address:        hipsec@ietf.org
>> To Subscribe:   http://www.ietf.org/mailman/listinfo/hipsec
>> Archive:        http://www.ietf.org/mail-archive/web/hipsec/
>> 
>> Jabber Chat
>> Room Address:   xmpp:hip@jabber.ietf.org
>> Logs:           http://jabber.ietf.org/logs/hip/
>> 
>> 
>> Description of Working Group
>> 
>> The Host Identity Protocol (HIP) provides a method of separating the
>> end-point identifier and locator roles of IP addresses. It introduces
>> a new Host Identity (HI) name space, based on public keys, from which
>> end-point identifiers are taken. The public keys are typically, but
>> not necessarily, self generated.  HIP uses existing IP addressing and
>> forwarding for locators and packet delivery.
>> 
>> The architecture and protocol details for these mechanisms are
>> currently specified in the following Experimental RFCs:
>> 
>> o HIP Architecture (RFC 4423)
>> o Host Identity Protocol (RFC 5201)
>> 
>> There are several publicly known interoperating implementations, some
>> of which are open source.
>> 
>> The HIP WG was chartered to publish protocol specifications in
>> documents whose quality and security properties would meet the
>> requirements for publication as standards track documents.  These
>> specifications have been published as Experimental RFCs, because the
>> effects of the protocol on applications and on the Internet as a whole
>> were unknown.
>> 
>> The Experimental RFCs produced by the HIP WG allowed the community to
>> experiment with HIP technologies and learn from these experiments.
>> The IRTF HIP RG will publish a document with results from the HIP
>> experiment.  The results to be published will justify publication of
>> the HIP protocols in standards track documents. This WG will produce
>> standards track versions of the main HIP RFCs taking as a base the
>> existing Experimental RFCs. The WG will also specify certificate
>> handling in HIP in a standards track RFC.
>> 
>> Additionally, the WG will finish the WG items it was working on before
>> starting the standards track work. These WG items relate to how to
>> build HIP-based overlays and will result in Experimental RFCs.
>> 
>> In parallel with this working group, the IRTF HIP RG mentioned above
>> has a broader scope that includes efforts both on developing the more
>> forward looking aspects of the HIP architecture and on exploring the
>> effects that HIP may have on the applications and the Internet.
>> 
>> The following are charter items for the working group:
>> 
>> o Revise RFCs 4423, 4843, 5201, 5202, 5203, 5204, 5205, 5206, and 5770
>>   as standards track RFCs.
>> 
>> o Specify in a standards track RFC how to carry certificates in the
>>   base exchange. This was removed from the base HIP spec so that the
>>   mechanism is specified in a stand-alone spec.
>> 
>> o Specify in an Experimental RFC how to build a HIP-based overlay
>>   using RELOAD.
>> 
>> o Specify in an Experimental RFC how to transport HIP messages over
>>   encrypted connections that were established using HIP.
>> 
>> 
>> Goals and Milestones
>> 
>> Done     Submit Native API specification to the IESG
>> Done     Submit Framework for HIP overlays specification to the IESG
>> Done     Submit Multi-hop routing mechanism for HIP
>> Done     Submit Upper-layer data transport in HIP to the IESG
>> Sep 2010 WGLC Certs in HIP base exchange specification
>> Sep 2010 WGLC RFC4423bis
>> Sep 2010 WGLC RFC4843bis
>> Sep 2010 WGLC RFC5201bis
>> Sep 2010 WGLC RFC5202bis
>> Oct 2010 Submit Certs in HIP base exchange specification to the
>>   IESG
>> Oct 2010 Submit RFC4423bis to the IESG
>> Oct 2010 Submit RFC4843bis to the IESG
>> Oct 2010 Submit RFC5201bis to the IESG
>> Oct 2010 Submit RFC5202bis to the IESG
>> Dec 2010 WGLC RFC5203bis
>> Dec 2010 WGLC RFC5204bis
>> Dec 2010 WGLC RFC5205bis
>> Dec 2010 WGLC the mobility portion of RFC5206bis
>> Jan 2011 Submit RFC5203bis to the IESG
>> Jan 2011 Submit RFC5204bis to the IESG
>> Jan 2011 Submit RFC5205bis to the IESG
>> Jan 2011 Submit the mobility portion of RFC5206bis to the IESG
>> Feb 2011 WGLC RFC5770bis
>> Feb 2011 WGLC the multihoming portion of RFC5206bis
>> Mar 2011 Submit RFC5770bis to the IESG
>> Mar 2011 Submit the multihoming portion of RFC5206bis to the IESG
>> Apr 2011 Recharter or close the WG
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