MINUTES FOR MAY 8, 2000 IAB TELECONFERENCE
Fred Baker (IETF Chair)
Don Heath (ISOC liaison)
Joyce Reynolds (RFC Editor liaison)
Abel Weinrib (IAB Executive Director)
NEW ACTION ITEMS:
- John Klensin: Send mail to appropriate people (Scott Bradner, Steve Coya) requesting that NomCom volunteers be published “real time.”
OLD ACTION ITEMS:
- John Klensin: Send Tony Hain note re. changing authorship of NAT/VPN document.
- John Klensin: Contact Steve Deering to inform him of May 1 time-out for “case for IPv6″ document.
- Henning Schulzrinne: Telephony Services PSTN interworking draft as an IAB document.
- Rob Austein and Brian Carpenter: Review and potentially update RFC 1958
- Steve Bellovin: Revive the NSRG or wind up.
- Randy Bush: Circulate IESG report on document backlog (“status of items”) to IAB.
- John Klensin: Prepare suggestion on Internet Draft boilerplate wording for Poisson Working Group.
- Steve Deering for Charlie Perkins: Get detailed routing workshop notes published on IAB web site.
IAB DRAFTS IN PROGRESS:
- Geoff Huston: QOS
- Ongoing. Publish as Informational RFC.
- Erik Huizer: Network Layer Workshop report.
- Ongoing. In RFC editor queue. IESG signed off.
- Rob Austein: Need for single DNS root.
- Ongoing. In RFC editor queue, on fast path. IESG signed off.
- Ran Atkinson: Security considerations, including common security attacks.
- Ongoing. Waiting on document editors.
- Harald Alvestrand: Directory definitions.
- Tony Hain: NAT/VPN
- Ned Freed: Security, firewalls, proxies, etc.
- Ongoing. Hand off to Leslie Daigle.
- Steve Bellovin: Applicability statement for security building blocks.
- Steve Deering for Charlie Perkins: The case for IPv6.
- Steve Deering: Routing Workshop report as Informational RFC.
- Ongoing. IESG comments being worked.
- Security (integrity of infrastructure and routing)
- Intl (charsets & identifiers)
1. Minutes of previous meeting
2. Review of action items
IESG review of IAB documents… should IESG have to approve IAB documents? One argument is that IESG should be in review loop only as they are in the loop for other Informational RFCs; other argument is that the IAB is in some sense superior to IESG and thus its documents are not subject to IESG review. Real issue is some large IESG delays.
Consensus: IAB will commit to reviewing IAB and IRTF documents in sufficient detail that they are in good shape before being sent to IESG. Then, the two week time-out deadline for IESG review should be firm.
Next step: Open email discussion with IESG.
4. IRTF report and news
5. IESG liaison report and news
6. Workshop report status
QOS – Huston
Network Layer Workshop
7. IAB Mailing list and spam
About the same level. No action.
8. IRTF bypass procedure for RFC publications
Argument is that IRTF documents should not be reviewed by IESG because it is a peer-organization to the IETF. On the other side, the IESG has stepped up to reviewing Informational RFCs in order to insure quality.
9. .ARPA status
Agreement on the use of the ARPA TLD as an infrastructure domain has progressed to the point that working groups, notably IPNGWG, can be notified of that plan and that the IAB statement should be posted to the IAB web page. We are still discussing with ICANN the questions of use of the domain by other SDOs and the review/ delegation process.
10. Appeals, pending appeals, and boilerplate
11. Task list sorting
12. Dominance by single organization
Closure on lengthy email thread.
Consensus: Encourage “real time” publishing of NomCom volunteers as they come in, along with their organizational affiliation.
These minutes were prepared by Abel Weinrib