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

Jari Arkko <jari.arkko@piuha.net> Wed, 03 June 2009 12:01 UTC

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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