Re: Call for Agenda Items for IPDVB WG meeting in week July 26-31, 2009

Michael Noisternig <mnoist@cosy.sbg.ac.at> Wed, 03 June 2009 12:31 UTC

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We, the authors of the security requirements document, are very 
interested in continuing our work on a security extension for ULE, which 
will also be applicable to GSE. We plan to come up with a joint draft on 
this, which we hope to get accepted as a work item in the WG.

Thank you, regards,
Michael

Jari Arkko schrieb:
> Are there any other responses? I have only seen one.
> 
> My understanding is that activities in the IP over DVB space are picking 
> up a little and people are talking about GSE and other things. Do these 
> activities warrant some IETF work as well and/or can the IETF be of use 
> in this space?
> 
> After the Stockholm meeting we will be making decision about the future 
> of the working group and possible new work items. That decision will be 
> primarily based on the interest from the community -- you -- to do work. 
> Therefore it is essential that if you think that work should (or should 
> not) get done, you let us know!
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Jari