Re: [jose] IETF 87 Meeting Agenda

Nat Sakimura <> Tue, 16 July 2013 23:45 UTC

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Agreed. It is not a time to do new things.
We should just try to go through all the open issues and try to close them.


On Jul 15, 2013, at 18:11, Mike Jones <> wrote:

  I don’t plan to do any presentations.  I think we should prioritize issue
resolution during our time so as to get to working group last call on JWS,
JWE, JWK, and JWA.

I believe that John’s presentation would be useful in that regard.

I hope that we defer any presentations proposing new features until we’ve
completed issue resolution – granting time to them on an as-available basis.

                                                                -- Mike

*On Behalf Of *John Bradley
*Sent:* Monday, July 15, 2013 5:55 PM
*To:* Jim Schaad
*Subject:* Re: [jose] IETF 87 Meeting Agenda

I can do a presentation like the one from IETF 86  reviewing open issues
and proposed resolutions to get us to last call.

I can do all or a subset of the specs as people prefer.

John B.

On 2013-07-10, at 4:31 PM, Jim Schaad <> wrote:


Please send the chairs if you are planning to do, want to do a presentation
at the Berlin meeting.

Please include the name of the presenter, what documents (if any) are to be
addressed and an estimated presentation time.

Please focus on issues in presentations and not historical data.


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