Re: [homenet] I-D ACTION:draft-lemon-homenet-naming-architecture-00.txt

Ralph Droms <> Fri, 25 March 2016 12:29 UTC

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From: Ralph Droms <>
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Ted - now would be really good time to discuss draft-ietf-dnssd-hybrid, as it's in WG last call on the dnssd WG mailing list.

- Ralph

> On Mar 24, 2016, at 8:02 AM 3/24/16, Ted Lemon <> wrote:
> I've published a straw-man homenet naming architecture document for discussion at IETF in Buenos Aires.   This document is a first attempt, and represents just my thoughts, not the thoughts of the architecture team as a whole, because I didn't get it out in time for us to discuss it--that's why I published it just in my name.
> It's a 20-page document, but should be a fairly painless read.   There's some extra detail in it that doesn't belong in the final document because I wanted to include some ideas that need to be fleshed out in other drafts, which don't yet exist.
> One big issue that DNSSD folks will recognize is that this draft does not adopt mdns hybrid as a solution.   This is something I'd particularly like to discuss--when I reread the MDNS hybrid draft in the process of working on this document, I wasn't happy with the direction it had gone--it didn't look like it would really be consistent with the goals of the homenet project.   But I may have misunderstood the intention of the draft, and I it may also be that the Homenet working group would prefer to settle for something that basically works rather than pushing to reinvent the wheel.
> Anyway, please don't take this document as an assertion that this is definitely what the homenet naming architecture should look like.   Your reactions to what's written in the document - agreement, disagreement, why is this missing, why is this here, will help to move the discussion forward and get us to something that the working group can have consensus on.
> Thanks!
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> Subject: I-D ACTION:draft-lemon-homenet-naming-architecture-00.txt
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> A new Internet-Draft is available from the on-line Internet-Drafts directories.
>     Title         : Homenet Naming and Service Discovery Architecture
>     Author(s)     : T. Lemon
>     Filename      : draft-lemon-homenet-naming-architecture
>     Pages         : 20
>     Date          : 2016-03-23
>    This document recommends a naming and service discovery resolution
>    architecture for homenets.  This architecture covers the publication
>    and resolution of names of hosts on the homenet both within the
>    homenet and on the public internet, and the use of such names for
>    offering and discovering services that exist on the homenet both
>    within the homenet and on the public internet.  Security and privacy
>    implications and techniques for automatically and administratively
>    setting security and privacy policies for such names are also
>    described.
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