[mdnsext] Revised draft charter for dnssdext

"Ralph Droms (rdroms)" <rdroms@cisco.com> Sat, 14 September 2013 01:02 UTC

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From: "Ralph Droms (rdroms)" <rdroms@cisco.com>
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I've attached a new charter for the proposed dnssdext WG, revised according to the discussion at the BoF in Berlin.  I've also attached a diff from the charter text from the BoF wiki.  Comments describing the revisions are included below.

Please review and comment...

- Ralph

Name changed to "Extensions for Scalable DNS Service Discovery"


- Added a paragraph to capture both zeroconf and administratively
  configured requirement
- Added a paragraph on backward compatibility, whether the solution is
  an extension or something new.
- Added a paragraph about backward compatibility with DNS-SD/mDNS and
  avoiding conflicts or interference with other protocols such as uPnP
  and LLMNR
- Added a paragraph about focus on SD and only documenting naming


- Updated the scenarios to be addressed by the requirements document
- Added a comment about remote/co-resident SD as per the BoF
- Added a note about scopes, as raised in the BoF.

2) Solution comments:

- Changed "wide-area" for text that suggests non-neighbouring
  links, as that phrase was called out in the BoF.
- added Toerless's interfaces comment.

3) Informational problems doc comments:

- Again, removed "wide-area"


- Changed text to emphasise the 3rd deliverable is documenting
  problems arising, and does not provide a proposal for the
  integration for mDNS and global DNS name spaces (which was pushed
  back on at the BoF) - that would be work done elsewhere.
- Again removed "wide area".


- Pushed the early milestones out a little and fixed the integration
  draft description (as Informational not BCP).