Re: [hops] Proposed Charter for Measurement and Analysis for Protocols (MAP) Research Group

Michael Welzl <michawe@ifi.uio.no> Thu, 26 November 2015 12:44 UTC

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Subject: Re: [hops] Proposed Charter for Measurement and Analysis for Protocols (MAP) Research Group
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> On 26 Nov 2015, at 13:42, marcelo bagnulo braun <marcelo@it.uc3m.es>; wrote:
> 
> Looks good to me
> 
> I support the creation of this RG
> 
> Thanks for doing this.
> 
> Regards, marcelo
> 
> El 26/11/15 a las 12:35, Brian Trammell escribi├│:
>> Greetings, all,
>> 
>> Following discussions at the HOPS proposed RG meetings in Prague and Yokohama, as well as at the RAIM workshop before Yokohama, we've revised the charter to reflect what we think the community wants out of such an RG. Note that given the slightly expanded scope of this charter, though, we've decided to rename the proposed RG to Measurement and Analysis for Protocols (MAP).
>> 
>> 
>> Comments on the proposed charter below are welcome at hops@ietf.org:
>> 
>> 
>> Measurement and Analysis for Protocols (MAP) RG
>> ===============================================
>> 
>> Our Internet has grown into something that differs from what was envisioned.
>> Its protocols sometimes operate in an environment other than than that for
>> which they were designed. For instance, some network elements treat some
>> protocols differently than others and those protocols themselves are sometimes
>> reused and abused in ways initially unforseen. The Measurement and Analysis
>> for Protocols (MAP) Research Group (RG) explores such phenomena by measurement
>> with the aim to inform protocol engineering and practice.
>> 
>> Many protocol engineering efforts in a standards development context, as well
>> as best practices for the operation of IETF-defined protocols, can benefit
>> from insight provided by Internet measurements of various kinds. Likewise,
>> Internet measurement research efforts can stand to gain from contacts with the
>> IETF. The Measurement and Analysis for Protocol Engineering (MAP) Research
>> Group aims to provide a forum for interchange between these two communities,
>> supporting:
>> 
>> - exchange of measurement-derived insight,
>> - discussion of techniques for measurement relevant for protocol engineering
>>   and network operations,
>> - collaborations to share data supporting these measurements, and
>> - a "landing pad" in general for the Internet measurement community to
>>   introduce its efforts to the IETF
>> 
>> Measurements of any layer of the Internet protocol stack or aspect of Internet
>> operations are in-scope for the RG, provided they are relevant to protocol
>> engineering work within the IETF, or the operation of IETF protocols.
>> 
>> Membership
>> ----------
>> 
>> Membership in the MAP RG is open to all interested parties.
>> 
>> Meetings
>> --------
>> 
>> The MAP RG will meet one to three times per year, as deemed necessary by the
>> chairs and according to demand. At least one MAP RG meeting will be co-located
>> with an IETF meeting per year. Given the MAP RG's charter to bridge the gap
>> between Internet standards and measurement communities, the MAP RG may also
>> meet colocated with relevant academic conferences or network operator forums,
>> as appopriate.
>> 
>> Meetings are by default open with open attendance and published proceedings,
>> with remote participation and recording as provided by the meeting venue,
>> according to the IRTF's IPR policy. This is always the case with at least one
>> MAP RG meeting co-located with an IETF meeting noted above. However, as deemed
>> necessary, the chairs may hold virtual or physical meetings with restricted
>> attendance to discuss observations which cannot be shared openly, provided
>> that some outcome of such a meeting may be openly shared with the community.
>> 
>> Chairs
>> ------
>> 
>> Mirja K├╝hlewind <mirja.kuehlewind@tik.ee.ethz.ch>;
>> Dave Plonka <plonka@akamai.com>;
>> 
>> 
>> Many thanks,
>> 
>> Brian
>> 
>> 
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