Re: [nbs] Draft agenda for NBS (w/ presentations

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There is some thing wrong with my email:(
Sorry for being slow to reply you.
Here is the shortened slides.
Does this slides meet you requirement?

Best regards

Zhongxing Ming

Dept. of Computer Science & Technology
Room 9-402, East Main Building
Tsinghua University
Beijing, 100084, P.R.China.
Tel: 0086-(0)10-62785822
>Dear Zhongxing,
>Your presentation slot is 5 minutes short on purpose. The BoF is not about discussing implementation details (though they are appreciated and necessary), but about exploring if the space of name-based sockets is worth standardizing.
>Therefore, your presentation should briefly explain what you have implemented and if there were or still are major obstacles. This type of presentation is appreciated: It gives a hint to the community if this is implementable at all.
>**This input is extremely helpful.**
>The technical details can be discussed offline with the interested engineers.
>Please, shorten your presentation to 2 slides explaining what you have implemented and what are the challenges discovered, e.g., implementable in kernel or user space; minor or major changes to the network stack, etc.
>You can check the slides " A Common API for Transparent Hybrid Multicast" as an example.
>(look for nbs at
>You will not have a chance to present your 10 slides in 5 minutes, as the chairs will enforce the presentation times.
>Thank you
>  Martin
>NEC Laboratories Europe - Network Research Division
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