[Qirg] draft-irtf-qirg-principles: goals and principles

Wojciech Kozlowski <W.Kozlowski@tudelft.nl> Tue, 12 May 2020 16:47 UTC

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Dear QIRG,

To make progress on the Architectural Principles draft one last item of work remains which is section 6: goals and principles. Most of the document is informative and more of a review in content. However, this section allows us to bring some innovative and fresh ideas to the table and it would be great if as the QIRG we could try and do that.

The section is already non-empty so what I'm looking for is to

  *   go over what's currently written and review it
  *   discuss any further additions to both goals and principles

Anybody who has read and understood the contents of the draft so far should be able to contribute. Experts in network system design particularly welcome.

As this was meant to be a side meeting in Vancouver, to make progress I would like to organise a 1 hour long virtual meeting on either June 2 or June 3. If you would like to contribute, please fill out your availability using the link below by Monday May 18. For those for whom the time chosen might not be convenient, we will make sure the session is recorded.


Once this section is complete, the draft will go through some editorial updates + an update on 3 repeater generations currently also in the works. If possible, this might make the draft ready for the next stage by IETF 108.