April 17, 2006
1. Rollcall, Agenda Bash and Previous Minutes
- Rollcall, Agenda Bash, Minutes
- Future Call Times
- Review of Specific Documents
- Retreat Planning
- Executive Director Search
- Review of Handoff Items
- Review of RFC Editor, IANA 2006 issue
- Net Neutrality
Leslie Daigle — IAB Chair
Joyce K. Reynolds — Liaison from the RFC Editor
Ted Hardie — Liaison from the IESG
Aaron Falk — IRTF Chair
Brian Carpenter — IETF Chair
2. Call Time
New call time on Mondays will be affected by various holidays around the world, through the year. Tentative agreement to move back to Wednesday, subject to agreement from those who had potential conflicts. – Minutes for 3/15 are approved. Elwyn to post. – Minutes for 4/05 are deferred until next telechat.
3. Review of Specific Documents
We’re ready to do a call for input on this.
The call for input on this has closed. Loa is dealing with comments.
4. Retreat Planning
Consensus on going to the Morrison House. General consensus on 3:00 end time on day 2. Leslie will enforce this aggressively. Don’t plan to leave out of IAD before 6.
5. Executive Director Search
The IAB had a good candidate pool and selected a candidate to make an offer to.
6. Review of hand off items
General consensus on selecting Olaf for this position to replace PAF.
General consensus on selecting Olaf to replace Patrik on the e164.arpa-contacts e-mail list at RIPE NCC.
Loa outlined that the IETF has no formalized relationship with OIF, although they make use of (and have made changes to) IETF protocols. Loa will continue discussion, with Routing ADs in the loop, and explore whether a formal liaison relationship would be helpful here.
Two additional candidates have been suggested and further discussion is needed.
General consensus on selecting Stephan Wenger as liaison.
ITU-T E2E meeting
General consensus on sending Dave Oran in an informal role.
ITU Multilingual Meeting
General consensus that Pete Resnick would be a good person to go to the ITU/UNESCO Mulitlingualism symposium, and provide any necessary feedback to the IAB/IETF.
8. Review of RFC Editor, IANA 2006 situation
No objections to IAB saying they’re supportive of the TechSpec document.
9. Net Neutrality
Conclusion: we’re not ready for a phone call. Next task is for people to generate treatments for a full piece and put them up on the wiki for a directional reality check. Elwyn and Bernard are planning to generate some independent material by the 28th of April and put it on the Wiki.