Re: [openpgp] rechartering topics poll results...

Andrew Gallagher <andrewg@andrewg.com> Sat, 21 October 2023 15:06 UTC

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Subject: Re: [openpgp] rechartering topics poll results...
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On 21 Oct 2023, at 13:53, Stephen Farrell <stephen.farrell@cs.tcd.ie> wrote:
> 
> We think our poll results could map to these initial milestones:
> 
> "
>   - November 2023 - call for adoption of drafts related to
>     post quantum cryptography to produce a proposed standard
>     RFC
>   - January 2024 - call for adoption of drafts related to
>     superseded keys to produce a proposed standard RFC
>   - January 2024 - call for adoption of drafts related to
>     persistent symmetric keys to produce a proposed standard
>     RFC
>   - March 2024 - call for adoption of drafts related to
>     WKD and/or HKP to produce a proposed standard RFC
> "
> 
> The above basically stages the top 4 from the poll but
> with a bit of a nod to recent list discussion related to
> WKD/HKP. (On that last, if we plan a call for adoption in
> 6 months time, we've plenty of time to think more.)
> 
> That looks to the chairs like it may be tractable set of
> topics to try address in a reasonable time-frame so we'd
> like to get your feedback on that as an outcome by the
> 27th of October.

No objection from me!

Thanks,
Andrew.