[rgchairs] RE: 63rd IETF - DRAFT Agenda

"Eric Burger" <eburger@brooktrout.com> Wed, 20 July 2005 15:16 UTC

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Having LEMONADE and SIMPLE conflict is a non-starter for me.

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From: wgchairs-bounces@ietf.org [mailto:wgchairs-bounces@ietf.org] On Behalf Of Hisham Khartabil
Sent: Wednesday, July 20, 2005 4:16 AM
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Subject: Re: 63rd IETF - DRAFT Agenda 

It seems like the request to resolve the conflict between SIMPLE and 
VOIPEER has been ignored. Dave also pointed out that VOIPEER conflicts 
with MBONE in that session. I had earlier suggested moving SIMPLE to 
Wednesday 1400-1630 Afternoon Session I. Would moving VOIPEER to the 
Wednesday session instead resolve both conflicts? Or would it create a 
new one for you, Dave?

Thanks,
Hisham

On Jul 20, 2005, at 3:01 AM, IETF Agenda wrote:

> Below, please find the latest DRAFT Agenda.  Some requests for changes 
> have been
> made, in trying to make others, it created conflicts as well.  If 
> there is
> something that absolutely needs to be changed, please give a 
> suggestion, with
> both the working chair and area directors giving input and/or 
> approval.  Please
> send comments to agenda@ietf.org
>
> Draft Agenda of the Sixty-third IETF
> July 31 - August 5, 2005
> As of 7/19/2005
>
> SUNDAY, July 31, 2005
> 1200-1900 Registration -
> 1300-1430 Newcomer’s Training (English) -
> 1300-1500 Routing, Bridging and Switching -
> 1500-1630 Newcomer's Training (French) -
> 1500-1700 RFC Editor Tutorial -
> 1500-1700 DNS Tutorial -
> 1700-1900 Welcome Reception -
>
> MONDAY, August 1, 2005
> 0800-1800 IETF Registration -
> 0800-0900 Beverages -
> 0900-1000 Morning Session I
> APP   apparea   Applications Open Area Meeting
> INT   netlmm    Network-based Localized Mobility Management BOF
> OPS   ipcdn     IP over Cable Data Network WG
> RTG   rpsec     Routing Protocols Security Requirements WG
> SEC   openpgp   An Open Specification for Pretty Good Privacy WG
> TSV   ieprep    Internet Emergency Preparedness WG
>
> 1000-1030 Break (Beverages provided) –
> 1030-1230 Morning Session II
> INT   intarea   Internet Area Meeting
> OPS   dnsop     Domain Name System Operations WG
> RTG   mpls      MultiProtocol Label Switching WG
> RTG   forces    Forwarding and Control Element Separation WG
> SEC   kitten    Kitten (GSS-API Next Generation) WG
> TSV   ippm      IP Performance Metrics WG
> TSV   sip       Session Initiation Protocol WG
>
> 1230-1400 Break
> 1400-1600 Afternoon Session I
> APP   geopriv   Geographic Location/Privacy WG
> INT   hip       Host Identity Protocol WG
> INT   pana      Protocol for Carrying Authentication for Network 
> Access WG
> OPS   capwap    Control and Provisioning of Wireless Access Points WG
> OPS   v6ops     IPv6 Operations WG
> RTG   rtgarea   Routing Area Open Meeting
> SEC   krbwg     Kerberos WG
> TSV   mmusic    Multiparty Multimedia Session Control WG
>
> 1600-1630 Break (Refreshments provided) -
> 1630-1800 Afternoon Session II
> INT   autoconf  Ad Hoc Network Configuration BOF
> INT   l3vpn     Layer 3 Virtual Private Networks WG
> IRTF  p2prg     Peer-to-Peer Research Group
> OPS   ipfix     IP Flow Information Export WG
> SEC   ltans     Long-term Archive and Notary Services WG
> TSV   rohc      Robust Header Compression WG
> TSV   rmt       Reliable Multicast Transport WG
>
> 1815-1945 Afternoon Session III
> INT   l3vpn     Layer 3 Virtual Private Networks WG
> INT   mip4      Mobility for IPv4 WG
> OPS   grow      Global Routing Operations WG
> SEC   hash      One-way Hash Function BOF
> TSV   rserpool  Reliable Server Pooling WG
> TSV   xcon      Centralized Conferencing WG
>
>
> TUESDAY, August 2, 2005
> 0800-1800 IETF Registration -
> 0800-0900 Beverages -
> 0900-1000 Morning Session I
> APP   calsify   Calendaring and Scheduling Standards Simplification WG
> INT   shim6     Site Multihoming by IPv6 Intermediation WG
> OPS   psamp     Packet Sampling WG
> RTG   isis      IS-IS for IP Internets WG
>
> 1000-1030 Break (Beverages provided) –
> 1030-1230 Morning Session II
> APP   lemonade  Enhancements to Internet email to Support Diverse 
> Service
> Environments WG
> INT   mipshop   MIPv6 Signaling and Handoff Optimization WG
> INT   pwe3      Pseudo Wire Emulation Edge to Edge WG
> OPS   bmwg      Benchmarking Methodology WG
> RTG   pim       Protocol Independent Multicast WG
> SEC   secmech   Security Mechanisms BOF
> TSV   avt       Audio/Video Transport WG
> TSV   ecrit     Emergency Context Resolution with Internet 
> Technologies WG
>
> 1230-1400 Break
> 1400-1600 Afternoon Session I
> INT   eap       Extensible Authentication Protocol WG
> INT   ipv6      Internet Protocol Version 6 WG
> IRTF  dtnrg     Delay Tolerant Networking Research Group
> RTG   pce       Path Computation Element WG
> SEC   pkix      Public-Key Infrastructure (X.509) WG
> TSV   nfsv4     Network File System Version 4 WG
> TSV   sip       Session Initiation Protocol WG
>
> 1600-1630 Break (Refreshments provided) -
> 1630-1800 Afternoon Session II
> APP   rui       Remote UI BOF
> INT   mip6      Mobility for IPv6 WG
> INT   ntp       Network Time Protocol WG
> OPS   imss      Internet and Management Support for Storage WG
> RTG   l1vpn     Layer One Virtual Private Networks WG
> SEC   sasl      Simple Authentication and Security Layer WG
> TSV   behave    Behavior Engineering for Hindrance Avoidance WG
>
> 1815-1945 Afternoon Session III
> APP   sieve     Sieve Mail Filtering Language WG
> INT   mip6      Mobility for IPv6 WG
> RTG   rtgwg     Routing Area WG
> SEC   msec      Multicast Security WG
> TSV   ips       IP Storage WG
> TSV   tcpm      TCP Maintenance and Minor Extensions WG
>
> WEDNESDAY, August 3, 2005
> 0800-1700 IETF Registration -
> 0800-0900 Beverages -
> 0900-1000 Morning Session I
> APP   ldapbis   LDAP (v3) Revision WG
> INT   shim6     Site Multihoming by IPv6 Intermediation WG
> INT   pwe3      Pseudo Wire Emulation Edge to Edge WG
> OPS   opsec     Operational Security Capabilities for IP Network 
> Infrastructure
> WG
> RTG   bfd       Bidirectional Forwarding Detection WG
> SEC   pki4ipsec Profiling Use of PKI in IPSEC WG
> TSV   avt       Audio/Video Transport WG
>
> 1000-1030 Break (Beverages provided) –
> 1030-1230 Morning Session II
> APP   imapext   Internet Message Access Protocol Extension WG
> INT   ipdvb     IP over Digital Video Broadcast WG
> INT   l2vpn     Layer 2 Virtual Private Networks WG
> OPS   radext    RADIUS Extensions WG
> RTG   ospf      Open Shortest Path First IGP WG
> SEC   inch      Extended Incident Handling WG
> SEC   sacred    Securely Available Credentials WG
> TSV   sipping   Session Initiation Protocol Investigation WG
>
> 1230-1400 Break
> 1400-1630 Afternoon Session I
> APP   lemonade  Enhancements to Internet email to Support Diverse 
> Service
> Environments WG
> INT   dnsext    DNS Extensions WG
> INT   nemo      Network Mobility WG
> OPS   imad      IPv4 Multicast Address Architecture BOF
> RTG   ccamp     Common Control and Measurement Plane WG
> SEC   alien     Anonymous Identifiers BOF
> SEC   mobike    IKEv2 Mobility and Multihoming WG
> TSV   tsvwg     Transport Area WG
>
> 1630-1700 Break (Refreshments provided) -
> 17:00-19:30 IETF Operations and Administration Plenary - Main 
> Amphitheatre
> (Level 1)
>         Session Chair: Brian Carpenter
>         Welcome and introduction
>         Host presentation (France Telecom VP)
>         ISOC update (Lynn St Amour) and Postel Award
>              (Daniel Karrenberg)
>         NOC team says hello (Jim Martin, France Telecom)
>         IASA Report
>           - General report: IAOC Chair
>           - Operations report: IAD
>           - RFC Editor report
>           - IANA report
>         Tools team report
>         Where next? (Brian Carpenter)
>         Town Hall Meeting - IETF Admin and Operations topics
>
> 2200    Late Night Session
>         PGP Key Signing
>
>
> THURSDAY, August 4, 2005
> 0800-1700 IETF Registration -
> 0800-0900 Beverages –
> 0900-1000  Morning Session I
> APP   crisp     Cross Registry Information Service Protocol WG
> INT   6lowpan   IPv6 over Low Power WPAN WG
> INT   lrw       Lightweight Reachability softWires BOF
> OPS   netconf   Network Configuration WG
> SEC   btns      Better Than Nothing Security WG
> TSV   nsis      Next Steps in Signaling WG
> TSV   xcon      Centralized Conferencing WG
>
> 1000-1030 Break (Beverages provided) –
> 1030-1230 Morning Session II
> APP   rui       Remote UI BOF
> INT   dhc       Dynamic Host Configuration WG
> INT   trill     Transparent Interconnection of Lots of Links WG
> IRTF  mobopts   IP Mobility Optimizations RG
> RTG   idr       Inter-Domain Routing WG
> SEC   isms      Integrated Security Model for SNMP WG
> SEC   mass      Message Authentication Signature Service  BOF
> TSV   sipping   Session Initiation Protocol Investigation WG
>
> 1230-1400 Break
> 1400-1630 Afternoon Session I
> APP   simple    SIP for Instant Messaging and Presence Leveraging 
> Extensions WG
> INT   dna       Detecting Network Attachment WG
> OPS   mboned    MBONE Deployment WG
> RTG   manet     Mobile Ad-hoc Networks WG
> SEC   saag      Open Security Area Directorate
> TSV   dccp      Datagram Congestion Control Protocol WG
> TSV   voipeer   VoIP Peering and Interconnect BOF
>
> 1630-1700 Break (Refreshments provided) -
> 17:00-19:30 Technical Plenary - Main Amphitheatre (Level 1)
>             Session Chair: Leslie Daigle
>             Welcome and introduction
>             Technical presentation - Application Security: Threats and
> Architecture
>               (Steve Bellovin)
>            IAB Update
>            IRTF report
>            Town Hall Meeting - technical topics
>
> FRIDAY, August 5, 2005
> 0800-0900 Beverages -
> 0900-1130 Morning Session I
> GEN   newtrk    New IETF Standards Track Discussion WG
> INT   monami6   Mobile Nodes and Multiple Interfaces in IPv6 BOF
> IRTF  hiprg     HIP Research Group
> TSV   enum      Telephone Number Mapping WG
> TSV   nsis      Next Steps in Signaling WG
>
>
>

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