Re: [shim6] Preparing for a BoF about name-based sockets.
Javier Ubillos <email@example.com> Wed, 15 September 2010 08:09 UTC
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Subject: Re: [shim6] Preparing for a BoF about name-based sockets.
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Hi shim6. We are preparing for a BoF on name-based sockets for Beijing and are looking for feedback on what we should (and should not) cover. Feel free to join in to the discussion on email@example.com. // Javier On Wed, 2010-09-15 at 13:59 +1200, Brian E Carpenter wrote: > Maybe you need to discuss this on the shim6 list, where the current > plan is probably to have no meeting in Beijing since the main work > is finished. > > Regards > Brian Carpenter > > > On 2010-09-15 07:17, Javier Ubillos wrote: > > Hi everyone. > > > > We think we got some good feedback after the two presentation at > > Maastricht, so we've decided to move towards a BoF. > > > > We are writing to you to ask for some input and feedback. > > > > We would like to talk some about ID/Loc (names & locators) in general > > and explore if there is more room within the IETF for it. > > The short version is: Today we have ID/Loc splits at different levels, > > however we think that are some advantages to this one. > > > > Relevant documents: > > BoF Proposal: https://www.sics.se/nbs/bof/Proposal%20for%20Name-Based% > > 20Sockets%20BoF.pdf > > Draft: http://www.ietf.org/id/draft-ubillos-name-based-sockets-02.txt > > > > About the draft: Please note, the draft _will_ be divided into two > > different documents, one about name based sockets, and one about how > > shim6 can be improved with name-based sockets. > > We have been a bit unclear earlier, name-based sockets is about the > > naming layer & mechanisms. The described shim6 improvements are an > > example on solutions that can be improved and integrated using > > name-based sockets. > > > > // Christan Vogt and Javier Ubillos > >
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