[perpass] privacy/PM reviews of existing stuff

Stephen Farrell <stephen.farrell@cs.tcd.ie> Wed, 29 January 2014 13:55 UTC

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Hiya,

One idea that came up in Vancouver and that we (meaning at least
me:-) haven't had a chance to progress was the idea of trying to
get a team of folks together to go do privacy reviews of existing
RFCs. Or perhaps slightly differently, reviews that explicitly
consider pervasive monitoring, which might be more constrained
and a bit easier.

I think Christian H. commented at the mic that there is probably
a *lot* of low hanging fruit out there, and I suspect he's quite
right:-)

Now that we're in the run up to the London IETF, if some of you
had time to try self-organise that kind of thing that'd be great.
Any takers for trying to organise that?

Using this list to start with should be fine, if it results in
loads of traffic we can spin up a new one, or move over to
ietf-privacy@ietf.org.

If there are folks willing to take this on and having a
side-meeting in London helps, I can get you a room for that.

Thanks,
S.