[tram] Agenda for London

Simon Perreault <simon.perreault@viagenie.ca> Mon, 10 February 2014 15:04 UTC

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Folks,

This working group is still forming, but it's less than a month until
IETF 89 in London, so we need to work out our agenda.

I've already asked the "candidate draft" authors for a BoF-type
presentation focusing on the problem statement. However if our
chartering is accepted, an I am personally optimistic about that, then
that means we're done with stating problems, and we can start the real
work. The first order of business would then be discussing the potential
adoption of candidate drafts. So that's what I think we should be
planning for.

We have a one hour slot. It will be packed. How about this?

0. T + 00:00: Administrativia
1. T + 00:05: draft-petithuguenin-tram-turn-dtls-00 (?)
2. T + 00:15: draft-reddy-behave-turn-auth (Tirumaleswar Reddy)
3. T + 00:25: draft-johnston-tram-stun-origin (Alan Johnston)
4. T + 00:35: "TURN Extension for Third Party Authorization" (draft to
be published) (Alan Johnston)
5. T + 00:50: TURN server auto-discovery mechanism (draft to be
published) (?)
6. T + 01:00: EOF

Please voice your opinion, suggest changes, etc.

Simon
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