Re: Agenda items for IETF 110

Martin Duke <> Mon, 25 January 2021 17:42 UTC

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Subject: Re: Agenda items for IETF 110
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I will request some time for QUIC-LB. The draft is almost ready: there are
a couple of items that might need discussion at 110, or we might resolve
them beforehand if we determine that the proposed change is unworkable.

Other than that, QUIC-LB is ready for WGLC modulo the WG's comfort with the
number of implementations, which is not high:
- 1 full LB implementation <>,
including an encoding/decoding library
<> that could be used by both servers
and LBs.
- zero full server or retry service implementations
- at least one PCID-only LB implementation
<> with an obsolete shared-state retry

I am going to try to put some effort into extending my LB implementation
this quarter to also include Retry Services, but would like at least some
of the many server implementations with migration/rebinding support out
there to take up my offer in the #quic-lb slack to interop with them.


On Thu, Jan 21, 2021 at 12:54 PM Matt Joras <> wrote:

> Hi,
> It is time to start thinking about the agenda for IETF 110. If you have
> topics you would like to discuss please start preparing materials and send
> agenda requests either as a PR against the agenda file
> <>
> (preferred) or by email to As always the chairs
> will work on prioritizing WG items and the as time permits portions.
> Thanks,
> Lucas and Lars and Matt