[nbs] Draft agenda for NBS (w/ presentations

Martin Stiemerling <Martin.Stiemerling@neclab.eu> Fri, 29 October 2010 12:19 UTC

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Dear all,

There is a new draft agenda for the NBS session. It is also available via the meeting materials manager:

I have noted some questions (not yet a complete list) to be answered during the BoF at the end of the agenda. This includes also the question about whether the OS and application implementers that want the NBS extensions (raised by Lars). 

Any feedback to agenda is welcome. 


Name Based Sockets - BoF
Draft Agenda (Version 20101029-01)

Meeting materials (not yet available):

MONDAY, November 8, 2010
0900-1130  Morning Session I
Garden Ballroom 3

Martin Stiemerling (martin.stiemerling@neclab.eu)
Christian Vogt (christian.vogt@ericsson.com)

**Draft Agenda**

* Agenda bashing (5 mins.) 

* General Overview - Christian Vogt (10 mins.) 

* Technical overview - Javier Ubillos (20 mins.) 

* API related

- A Common API for Transparent Hybrid Multicast - Thomas C. Schmidt (5 mins.) 

* Stack Change Proposals

- Referrals - Brian Carpenter (10 mins.)

- Using DNS for ID/Loc split - David Thaler (10 mins.) 

- DNS scalability and on using low TTLs. - Saleem Bhatti (10 mins.)

- Presentation of existing experiments/prototypes - Zhongxing Ming (5 mins.)

* How to continue with NBS: Scope & Where to do the work Scope (remainder of time)
   - Comments and discussion on name-based sockets
   - Clarification of questions (see also below)

 Questions to be answered (not yet a complete list yet!):
 - Where to do the work?
 - OS vendor feedback
 - application designer feedback


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