[tram] Milestone 5: TURN bis

Simon Perreault <simon.perreault@viagenie.ca> Fri, 07 February 2014 14:41 UTC

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Subject: [tram] Milestone 5: TURN bis
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A new revision of RFC 5766 will contain:

- Various bug fixes
- Support for multi-tenant servers

Above is an extract from the charter we have been working on in Github.
But I think "Support for multi-tenant servers" is no longer appropriate
for this milestone. First, it's really about STUN, not TURN, as recent
discussions have shown. Second, this can be done as an extension, as the
ORIGIN draft has shown. (This does not preclude adding the extension to
a STUN bis document, though.) So this leaves bug fixes.

Anyway, IMHO, as for milestone 4, this is a lower-priority milestone.
Completion of milestones 1,2,3 should be well in sight before we adopt a
draft for this milestone. Nothing prevents individual people from
starting work on this right now, but I would like the working group to
delay adoption until higher-priority milestones are almost done.

This is also a longer-term effort. I suppose many draft revisions will
be necessary. Therefore the target would be maybe one year away.

Simon
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