Re: [rtcweb] Draft agenda for IETF 87 - FW Issues

"Hutton, Andrew" <> Fri, 12 July 2013 09:01 UTC

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Regarding the FW traversal discussion then I still think we need a discussion in the RTCWEB WG and I hope to persuade the chairs that this is the case.

We have requirements in the use case draft and charter items that need solutions and this is a real issue impacting RTCWeb trials today.


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Cc: Cullen Jennings
Subject: [rtcweb] Draft agenda for IETF 87


Below is an initial draft agenda for the upcoming meeting.   Since we have not yet reached the draft deadline (which is the 15th), there may be new drafts or updates that result in changes.  We did already receive requests for NAT/Firewall traversal discussion, and the chairs will be working with the document authors to get them considered in the appropriate groups.

As folks have probably noticed, we are meeting Thursday and Friday, after the MMUSIC sessions are complete (they are Tuesday and Wednesday). This should allow us to discuss the results on our first day.

Please send feedback or change proposals to the list.


Ted and Cullen

Day 1:

Should SDES be part of  WebRTC security practice and, if so, how?
Presentations: 30 minutes
Discussion:  40 minutes

Post-Plan A/Plan B MMUSIC discussion of impact to RTCWEB documents
Presentation: 30 minutes
Discussion: 30 minutes

Security document updates
Presentation: 10 minutes
Discussion: 10 minutes

Day 2:

Chair Discussion:  10 minutes

Use Case Requirements updates:
Issues list presentation: 20 minutes
Discussion: 20 minutes

Data channel:
Issues list presentation:  45 minutes
Discussion: 45 minutes