Re: Working with IEEE 802

Abdussalam Baryun <> Tue, 20 September 2016 02:48 UTC

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Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2016 04:48:13 +0200
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Subject: Re: Working with IEEE 802
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This coordination issue with other organisations related to standards is
very important and affects pretty much our work, I suggest that the General
Area opens a WG for this important coordination, many information are
needed to be documented and focused on. IMHO, getting information about
contacts will help each IETF WG separately, but what about the decisions
for the whole IETF coordination with other SDOs especially when we get more
deep in future. Having contacts between managers in SDOs is good start but
usually in IETF our managers decisions reform after looking into the IETF
WG ideas and decisions. Therefore, my suggestion is opening a discussion of
why not future coordination through WG? or is it right time? or do we need
a new work-process?

I don't know the answers, does any one know?

Best Regards


On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 1:19 PM, IETF Chair <> wrote:

> For your information, and keeping everyone aware that there’s quite a bit
> of coordination going on between the IETF and other standards
> organisations. Though of course the bulk of the work happens when our
> participants are simply doing the work, and taking care of things both in
> IETF and in other organisations.
> But in terms of coordination, a week ago with we met with folks from IEEE
> 802, for instance. The IETF and IEEE 802 leadership and liaison managers
> are in contact regularly, and every couple of years we also meet in person
> to better understand what work is happening on the other side, and make
> sure we stay coordinated. Last week, we held our fourth such meeting,
> continuing our tradition of meeting in outskirts of large airports in
> nondescript hotels :-)
> More information about current projects of common interest (Internet of
> Things, deterministic networking, privacy, and so on), how we coordinate,
> pointers to people to contact, etc. here:
> Jari Arkko, IETF Chair