Re: [rmcat] Planning for the upcoming IETF 98, Chicago, IL, USA

"Xiaoqing Zhu (xiaoqzhu)" <> Wed, 01 February 2017 15:49 UTC

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I plan to attend and present update on both the NADA draft and the video-traffic-model draft.  

By then we may also have made some progress regarding our open sourcing efforts with the reference implementation in ns3 module corresponding to the framework draft. But on that piece since it involves internal legal approval it's a "maybe"


From: rmcat <> on behalf of Martin Stiemerling <>
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Subject: [rmcat] Planning for the upcoming IETF 98, Chicago, IL, USA

Dear all,

The WG chairs would like to get a poll about who out of the rmcat WG
intends to travel to the IETF 98 meeting in Chicago.

Please let us know until Feb 5th midnight by replying to this email.

We would plan for an interim meeting shortly after the IETF 98 meeting
in case that there is not a critical mass intending to attend a RMCAT