[tram] TRAM approved for IETF and external review/next steps

Spencer Dawkins <spencerdawkins.ietf@gmail.com> Thu, 06 February 2014 22:24 UTC

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Subject: [tram] TRAM approved for IETF and external review/next steps
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Dear TRAMsters,

I wanted to share this with you, from the *draft* telechat narrative 
minutes today:

     4 Working Group Actions

4.1 WG Creation
4.1.1 Proposed for IETF Review
. TURN Revised and Modernized (tram)
    Token: Spencer Dawkins

     Amy: Version -06 has no blocking comments, Hearing no objections, 
this is approved.
     Amy: We will send an announcement to new-work, and put this on the 

So, here's what this means:

The IESG and IAB have looked over the proposed charter (current text is 
at https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/charter-ietf-tram/) and they think 
it's plausible enough to ask the rest of the IETF for comments.

We were able to work through concerns from Barry , (that you've seen) 
and from Sean (tightening up the language around DTLS). You can review 
the change history at 

The proposed charter will also be shared with other SDOs that 
participate in the new-work mailing list, to collect their thoughts and 
identify any potential conflicts or gaps.

If we get positive feedback, we'll put TRAM on an upcoming formal 
telechat agenda, for approval to create a working group. That could 
happen before London, but TRAM will meet in London, whether as a WG or 
as a BOF.

What would be helpful to me, at this point, is for you folks to converge 
on the first two or three problem areas an approved working group should 
have as milestones.

You can do that on the list, or you can spend the first meeting slot 
figuring that out. I'd prefer if you can figure that out on the list.

So, if you could start a thread for each problem area you'd like to see 
as a priority, that would be AWESOME ...

Thanks, and thanks for the work you've already done to get this far.