[rtcweb] Agenda time request for IETF 87 Berlin

Hadriel Kaplan <hadriel.kaplan@oracle.com> Wed, 19 June 2013 19:23 UTC

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Howdy,
per the email below, I formally request agenda time to discuss - and reach a conclusive vote on - whether to make SDES an MTI key exchange mechanism, or not.

I plan to present both sides of the argument with a set of pro/con slides.  I used to favor making SDES mandatory, but over time I've become less sure if its benefits outweigh its drawbacks.  Mostly though what I care about is making a *decision* one way or the other, and moving on.  

I do *not* plan to present on DTLS-EKT at all, not even as a potential alternative.  I only plan to present on whether SDES should be MTI or not for WebRTC implementations.

I think this will take an hour at least, possibly longer.  I can pretend to claim it will take 15 minutes, but we all know that simply isn't true unless someone disconnects the microphones in the room.  I also expect two or more other folks to want time to present on the same topic, so it'll likely take even longer in total time.

Lastly, I beg the chairs to make this agenda item topic (not necessarily my presentation, but the general topic) the *first* agenda topic for whichever meeting session it gets put in, so that we don't run out of time on other topics and delay an SDES decision once again.

-hadriel


On Jun 18, 2013, at 5:56 AM, Magnus Westerlund <magnus.westerlund@ericsson.com>; wrote:
> Please request agenda time for
> Berlin and ensure to update any drafts or other material to actually
> take into account what actually has happened in the last 15 months.