[Netslices] Initial Draft Agenda for COMS BoF

"Adrian Farrel" <adrian@olddog.co.uk> Wed, 07 March 2018 17:48 UTC

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Subject: [Netslices] Initial Draft Agenda for COMS BoF
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Hi,

Thanks all for posting updates to drafts and thanks to Liang for thoughts on how
we might approach this.

Gonzalo and I spent some time discussing the agenda today and we came up with
the following straw man. We are lucky that the scheduling goddess has given us
150 minutes not the 120 that was originally planned, and the ADs say it is OK if
we use the time. 

This is an initial draft agenda. Discussion is welcome.

We will be looking to the proponents to suggest names for the "TBD" below.
Please consider communication skills as well as enthusiasm:-)

We will also need the slides. These should probably a combined effort: you
should certainly use the chairs and IAB shepherds (Jari and Jeff) to help write
them, and making use of co-authors and this mailing list would be wise. Keep
coming back to the list of questions- you do not have to answer them directly in
the slides, but you have to supply the material (across all of the
presentations) that will allow the questions to be easily answered by you / the
chairs / the meeting room.

Thoughts?

Adrian and Gonzalo

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COMS BoF
IETF-101, London
Thursday March 22nd, 2018
09.30 - 12.00

DRAFT AGENDA

1. Administrivia - chairs [2 mins : 2/150]

2. Objectives of the BoF - ADs [3 mins : 5/150]

3. Overview of Questions to be Answered - chairs [5 mins : 10/150]
Refresher on the questions the ADs want answered.
See item 8 on the agenda.

4. Setting the Scene - Jari Arkko [20 mins : 30/150]
Reference draft-arkko-arch-virtualization

5. What are we trying to do? - TBD [40 mins : 70/150]
The COMS Use Cases. What is in scope and what is a stretch goal?
Multiple mini-sessions for each use case, each followed by questions.
(Could use multiple presenters)
Reference draft-qiang-coms-use-cases

6. What is COMS? - TBD [20 mins : 90 /150]
How do the concepts fit together? What resources are in scope?
Top down versus bottom up.
Reference draft-geng-coms-problem-statement

7. Architecture overview - TBD [20 mins : 110/50]
Components and interfaces.
How does it fit with other work? What would we work on?
Reference draft-geng-coms-architecture

8. The Questions - chairs [30 mins : 140/150]
Move through the questions one-by-one getting clarity on the answers.

9. Wrap up - ADs [10 mins : 150/150]