[lamps] Request for Presentation @IETF100

"Dr. Pala" <director@openca.org> Fri, 20 October 2017 00:21 UTC

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Subject: [lamps] Request for Presentation @IETF100
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Hi all,

I wanted to ask if it was possible to reserve 5-10 minutes @IETF100 for 
a presentation about the work we are doing on the distribution of 
revocation information over DNS. In particular, I would like to go over 
the current I-D we have submitted (hopefully to be soon-updated).

For the implementation we are still lacking behind (mostly because my 
very recent stepping into parenthood :D), but I hope we can have some 
news there too :D

Please let me know,


Best Regards,
Massimiliano Pala, Ph.D.
OpenCA Labs Director
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