[Openv6] APONF bar BOF agenda proposal update + reminder to fill in doodle

<karagian@cs.utwente.nl> Mon, 30 June 2014 06:41 UTC

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Dear all,

Below you can find an update of the APONF bar BOF agenda.

Please note that we have not yet chosen a a suitable day and time for the APONF bar BOF.

The reason for this is that the APONF doodle poll has not yet closed!

The closing date is the 1st of July (tomorrow)!

If you have not yet filled in the doodle poll, can you please fill in your availability time, following the below URL?


APONF Application-based Policy for Network Functions) bar BOF agenda
(total time 120 minutes)
Note: all questions are taken during “Discussion and Next Steps” time slot

o) briefly present APONF use cases (5 use cases * 5 = 25 minutes)

o) problem statement (Georgios: 30 minutes)

o) what is in the scope and what is out of the scope of APONF (10 minutes)

o) what are the relations with other IETF WGs and available BOF descriptions (10 minutes)

o) what are the expected deliverables (10 minutes)

o) Discussion and next steps (35 minutes)

Best regards,
Scott Bradner & Georgios Karagiannis