Re: [Suit] Request a presentation slot for IETF 106.

Jong-Hyouk Lee <jonghyouk@gmail.com> Tue, 05 November 2019 14:50 UTC

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Thx. Plz, see inline.
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Jong-Hyouk Lee, living somewhere between /dev/null and /dev/random
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> 2019. 11. 5. 오전 10:37, Dave Thaler <dthaler@microsoft.com> 작성:
> 
> Acknowledging receipt of your request, thanks for contributing to the working group.
>  
> FYI, our usual priority order in granting slots is:
> 1)     Working Group documents
> 2)     Individual submissions that have gotten technical discussion on the list
> 3)     Anything else
>  
> So I would encourage you to start a discussion on the list since your request is currently in the third category.
> I see you said “Draft reference: not yet submitted”, does the “yet” mean you plan to submit one?
> The Internet-Draft deadline was only 40 minutes after I got your email, so just asking whether you
> submitted one, or plan to in the future, or intend to use some reference that isn’t an Internet-Draft.

We may not have an Internet-draft discussed enough before the meeting, but we plan to submit it soon.

>  
> Also for myself (not sure about my co-chairs) I tend to prefer only granting slots that are at least 10 minutes long,
> since the purpose is to have time for feedback or discussion.

Sure, a slot with 10 minutes is good for us!

>  
> Do you plan to be in Singapore or will you be remote?

I will not be there (due to other works), but my student will be there to make a presentation.

Cheers!

>  
> Dave
>  
> From: Jong-Hyouk Lee <jonghyouk@gmail.com> 
> Sent: Monday, November 4, 2019 3:18 PM
> To: suit@ietf.org
> Cc: Dave Thaler <dthaler@microsoft.com>om>; david.waltermire@nist.gov; Russ Housley <housley@vigilsec.com>om>; 최서윤<seoyun@pel.smuc.ac.kr>
> Subject: Request a presentation slot for IETF 106.
>  
> Dear SUIT chairs, 
>  
> I would like to request a slot to discuss about the following proposal. 
>  
> ---------------
> The title of the presentation: Distributed SUIT Architecture Model
> Presenter name: Seoyun Choi
> Time needed: 5min
> Draft reference: not yet submitted
> ---------------
>  
> The current SUIT architecture has shortcomings 
> - Yet adopted a traditional client and server model
> - Still cannot deal with an “author-disappearing issue”
>  
> In the proposed distributed SUIT architecture model provides
> - Distributed storage (database) for manifest
> - Irreversibility and integrity for manifest
>  
> Cheers.
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> Jong-Hyouk Lee, living somewhere between /dev/null and /dev/random
> Protocol Engineering Lab., Sangmyung University
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