Minutes of the 2015-07-08 IAB Teleconference (Business Meeting)
1. Roll-call, agenda-bash, administrivia, minutes
- Alia Atlas (IESG Liaison)
- Mary Barnes
- Marc Blanchet
- Michelle Cotton (IANA Liaison)
- Ralph Droms
- Lars Eggert (IRTF Chair)
- Heather Flanagan (RFC Editor Liaison)
- Mat Ford (ISOC Liaison)
- Ted Hardie
- Joe Hildebrand
- Russ Housley
- Cindy Morgan (IAB Executive Administrative Manager)
- Erik Nordmark
- Jonne Soininen (ICANN Liaison)
- Robert Sparks
- Andrew Sullivan (IAB Chair)
- Dave Thaler
- Brian Trammell
- Suzanne Woolf
- Amy Vezza (IETF Secretariat)
- Jari Arkko (IETF Chair)
- Sarah Banks (RSOC Chair)
No changes were made to the agenda.
1.3. Meeting Minutes
The minutes of the 1 July 2015 business meeting were approved.
2. Monthly Reports
2.1. ISOC Liaison Report
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Internet Society Liaison Report to the IAB 08 Jul 2015 Topics: I. InterCommunity 2015 II. Global Internet Report III. ICANN/IANA Transition IV. DNS Security Activity At ICANN 53 V. OECD update VI. Collaborative Security VII. LAP/M3AAWG VIII. East Africa Internet Infrastructure Forum IX. Human Rights update X. WSIS+10 I. InterCommunity 2015 The Internet Society held its InterCommunity 2015 event on July 7/8 bringing together over 2,000 people from all across the world using the Internet as the location for this global event. In two 2.5 hour sessions, the participants discussed matters related to Internet access, governance and security. IETF Chair Jari Arkko contributed a video segment and IETF documents and information were mentioned at various points. The IAB's statement on Internet confidentiality as a default was also mentioned in response to a question in the first session related to encryption. Information about the event can be found at https://www.internetsociety.org/intercommunity2015/participate II. Global Internet Report On 7 July 2015 the Internet Society released its 2015 Global Internet Report highlighting the incredible growth of the mobile Internet and the role of mobile networks in connecting many parts of the world. The report also highlights many of the challenges related to this growth, including affordability, accessibility and concerns about limiting consumer choice due to the growth of native application usage. The report is available online and in PDF format at http://www.internetsociety.org/globalinternetreport/ III. ICANN/IANA Transition At the 53rd ICANN meeting in Buenos Aires, ICANN's Supporting Organisations (SOs) and Advisory Committees (ACs) unanimously adopted the Cross Community Working Group (CWG) proposal for the names’ part of the IANA transition process. The proposal will now be submitted to the IANA Coordination Group (ICG) tasked with compiling the full proposal for the transition of the IANA functions. In the meantime, discussions on ICANN’s accountability are continuing and the community is exploring the best model that will allow it to hold certain powers over ICANN as an institution and for the smooth operation of the IANA functions. IV. DNS Security Activity At ICANN 53 As usual there was a great amount of activity related to DNSSEC at ICANN 53 in Buenos Aires. The "DNSSEC For Everyone: A Beginners Guide" introduced people to DNS and DNSSEC through a skit and simple materials. The 6-hour DNSSEC Workshop  on 24 June covered a range of topics including reports about DNSSEC deployments across Latin America, tools for automating DNSSEC and demonstrations of tools and services related to DANE and DNSSEC, including a focus around encryption of SMTP connections. Of interest to IAB members may be the discussions around deploying new DNSSEC cryptographic algorithms, as they relate to the draft BCP concerning cryptographic algorithm agility , which Russ Housley discussed in the session. Slides and a recording can be found on the web page for the session . In addition to these sessions, DNSSEC was also discussed at the "Tech Day" on Monday, and on Wednesday Warren Kumari presented the work of the IETF DPRIVE working group in a meeting with the ICANN Board and the Technology Experts Group.  https://buenosaires53.icann.org/en/schedule/mon-dnssec-everybody  https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-iab-crypto-alg-agility-05  https://buenosaires53.icann.org/en/schedule/wed-dnssec V. OECD update The Internet Society led the participation of the Internet technical advisory committee (ITAC) at the recent OECD meeting week of the Committee on Digital Economy Policy and its working parties. A key focus was on preparations for the next OECD CDEP Ministerial, to be held in Mexico on 21-23 June 2016. ITAC is contributing to the Ministerial Declaration as well as on key themes including the Open Internet, privacy and security. ITAC will have the opportunity to organize its own Forum on day zero and will have High-Level speaking opportunities during the event. VI. Collaborative security The Internet Society promoted the Collaborative Security approach to a variety of communities, including the Internet governance community (at EuroDIG), the CSIRT community (at the annual FIRST conference), the law enforcement community (at the Octopus Conference on Cybercrime), policy and business leaders (at the St Petersburg International Economic Forum). VII. LAP/M3AAWG The Internet Society participated in the joint meeting of the Malware, Messaging Malware and Mobile Anti-Abuse Working Group (M3AAWG) and London Action Plan (LAP) (8-11 June, Dublin). VIII. East Africa Internet Infrastructure Forum The Internet Society organized the East Africa Internet Infrastructure Forum in Kampala, Uganda, alongside the East Africa Communications Organisation and the Uganda Communications Commission as a means to identify how to increase investment in infrastructure and content within East Africa. The event drew senior executives and government officials for presentations and frank discussions about the opportunities, and challenges, in the region. The Internet Society will write a report and work to follow up the forum with concrete suggestions for increasing investment levels. IX. Human Rights update The Human Rights Council appointed a new U.N. Special Rapporteur on Privacy in the Digital Age, Joe Cannataci. This appointment is a direct follow-up from political push at the UN General Assembly in the past two years in the context of disclosures on pervasive online surveillance. The first report of the Special Rapporteur should be published in March 2016 and is expected to focus on key issues related to privacy and the Internet from a Human Rights perspective. X. WSIS+10 On 1 July, WSIS consultations of UN member states were held in New York City, while stakeholder consultations took place the day after. During the discussions, many member states advocated an open and multistakeholder process, while some countries expressed reservations and emphasized the need to address issues such as the digital divide. The need to leverage ICTs to implement Sustainable Development Goals was expressed in all statements. Other issues that were discussed included the role of governments, the future of the IGF, Access, Security, and Trust. ISOC delivered a statement  on 2 July discussing the concept of "collaborative governance". Next steps and how to participate: The WSIS+10 roadmap is available . Stakeholders can submit written contributions to the end of July, before a draft outcome is published in August. Final face-to-face consultations will take place in NYC in October, leading to the UN General Assembly High-Level Event on 15-16 December where leaders from all communities should be invited to speak. ISOC WSIS resources are here: http://www.internetsociety.org/wsis  http://www.internetsociety.org/blog/public-policy/2015/07/remarks- un-wsis10-informal-interactive-stakeholder-consultation  http://unpan3.un.org/wsis10/preparatoryprocess
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Andrew Sullivan asked if ISOC needs anything from the IAB on WSIS+10; Mat Ford replied that details in the report were for information and not for action.
2.2. IESG Liaison Report
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2.3. IRTF Chair Report
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- Scott Mansfield handled replying to the ITU-T's liaisons they sent to the IRTF (which isn't an SDO) - Will review GAIA with the IAB in Prague on Friday. - Proposed HRPC had an interim in DC on June 8
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2.4. ICANN Liaison Report
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I. Public Comments ==================== Public comment processes: https://www.icann.org/public-comments#open-public II. Upcoming topics that could be relevant =========================================== ICANN#53 and IANA stewardship transition ---------------------------------------- ICANN#53 was held in Buenos Aires, Argentina on June 21-25th, 2015. Clearly, the key theme for the meeting was the IANA stewardship transition. As the last of the IANA operation communities, the names community was able to finish its proposal and obtain ICANN wide consensus for it. The Cross Community Working Group on IANA stewardship transition (CWG) was able to submit its proposal to the ICG during the ICANN week. Therefore, one big step in the transition has been taken. However, the ICANN community is not ready, yet. Together with the ICG proposal ICANN has to submit also a plan to improve ICANN accountability to the NTIA. The ICANN accountability enhancements are being worked on by the Cross Community Working Group on Enhancing ICANN Accountability (CCWG). The sticky point in the CCWG is the question of enforceability of community decisions on the board. A group of people find that ICANN community needs to be able to bring ICANN to court if the ICANN board would not act according the organisation's by-laws. This has lead to a fairly complex proposal for the ICANN legal structure based on membership where the different parts of ICANN would be members of ICANN. This model was not able to get consensus and hence, the work continues. The CCWG would need to get its proposal together by the next ICANN meeting in Dublin. Therefore, they are holding an interim meeting in Paris for two days the week before the IETF meeting. ICANN new CEO search -------------------- As Fadi Chehade has announced he is leaving, the ICANN board has set a search committee for the new CEO. The search committee is chaired by George Sadowsky and the committee includes Rinalia Abdul Rahim, Cherine Chalaby, Steve Crocker, Chris Disspain, Markus Kummer, Ram Mohan and Ray Plzak. III. (If relevant) upcoming meeting topics of importance ========================================================= ICANN board will hold a retreat between 26th-28th September, 2015. Next ICANN meeting is 18th-22nd October, 2015.
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Andrew Sullivan noted that the announcement of Jonne Soininen’s reappointment as the IETF Liaison to the ICANN Board went out earlier this morning.
2.5. IANA Liaison Report
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IANA Liaison Report – 08 July 2015 2014 SLA Deliverables Update: - ICANN met 99% of processing goal times for the May 2015 monthly statistics, exceeding the SLA goal to meet 90% of processing goal times. These times include the steps that the IANA Department has control over and not time it is waiting on requesters, document authors or other experts. Other News: - There is a new booklet describing the IANA functions that has been published on-line and a paper copy was distributed at the Buenos Aires ICANN meeting. http://www.iana.org/about/informational-booklet.pdf
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Michelle Cotton noted that there has been a spike in root zone related requests, and that the IANA team is working to process those.
2.6. RFC Editor Liaison Report
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RSE Update * Format project A new draft has been posted as part of the format project, setting out the structure for CSS requirements for RFCs. This will be part of a separate SoW to help with document design and page layout for both the HTML and the PDF drafts. The xml2rfc v2 draft is complete and will be sent through the RSOC and the IAB shortly to move it along in the publication process. The xml2rfc v3 draft and other requirement drafts are largely complete, but will not move towards publication until there is some more experience in developing code against that vocabulary and those requirements. The RFP process is expected to move along in August 2015, and further scheduling will largely depend on what comes back from vendors as part of the RFP. * This draft is currently in its community review period. Quite a bit of discussion, both on the IETF mailing list and in more private threads, suggests some concern regarding whether and how to assign URNs as well as DOIs to documents in order to use IETF-designed technologies for document identification. While URN assignment is not part of the draft, The RSE will work with the draft author to incorporate other relevant comments as appropriate and hold on to the URN discussion as a future possibility for the Series. * IETF 93 Highlights for the upcoming IETF meeting include: the RSOC retreat on Friday, 17 July 2015, a Best Common Operating Practices <http://bcop.nanog.org/index.php/Main_Page> document discussion on Sunday, RSE and ISE office hours on Monday and Tuesday, and the RFC Editor desk from Monday through Thursday morning. * RFC Production Center RFP The RFP process is progressing according to schedule. The RFP was posted on 15 June 2015. Questions have been received and answers posted online (see http://iaoc.ietf.org/documents/RFC-Production-Center-Questions-and-Answe rs-June-29-2015.pdf). A bidder's conference has been scheduled for 10 July 2015, and all bids must be submitted by 3 August 2015. A contract is expected to be concluded in October 2015. RPC Update * Stats - http://www.rfc-editor.org/reports/ The SLA was not met for June 2015. From the reports page: "There have been and continues to be a significant number complex clusters in play in 2015 (documents from another 3 clusters were published this month). Typically, the rate of input to the queue (i.e., documents moved to EDIT) decreases following the Q1 burst; however, we have not see the usual dip which means processing continues to be impacted. * A new part-time editor is being brought on board to help cover for an upcoming maternity leave by another editor on staff. Please welcome Dave Fonseca to the RPC.
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The IAB noted the ongoing discussions on the DOI draft, and started considering process changes to avoid confusion on future documents where the RFC-to-be seeks to document the implementation of running code rather than outlining the requirements of a future project.
In such cases, Robert Sparks advocated publishing one RFC with the requirements, and then obsoleting that RFC with another RFC later if necessary changes are discovered during implementation; there is risk in having vendors attempt to work from an Internet-Draft that might change while the work is happening. Heather Flanagan noted that such a plan may not be feasible for things like the CSS document, where it is likely that much will be learned during the implementation process. Andrew Sullivan will work with Heather to draft a proposal about how to handle this sort of document in the future.
3. Tech Plenary at IETF 93
The speakers for the technical plenary are coordinating their slides via email and planning a dry run via WebEx. Cindy Morgan will set up the WebEx for the dry run and send the details out to the IAB and the speakers. Russ Housley and Lars Eggert will make sure that the speakers receive the feedback given to date on the current revisions of their presentations.
Noting that the IAB plenary was scheduled for 30 minutes longer than it usually is, and that there was concern that one of the presenters might run late due to an earlier meeting, the IAB agreed to change the start time of the plenary from 0900 to 0930. Cindy Morgan will coordinate with the Secretariat to make sure that the time is updated on the agenda and other printed materials. Andrew Sullivan will send out an updated agenda of the plenary session for the IAB to review.
4. IAB Agenda at IETF 93
The IAB reviewed their agenda for IETF 93.
5. BOF and PRG Coverage for IETF 93
Joe Hildebrand and Erik Nordmark tentatively agreed to cover the EDUNEXT BOF. Mary Barnes and Andrew Sullivan tentatively agreed to cover the DETNET BOF.
Marc Blanchet reported that he is waiting for a response from Eliot Lear on draft-iab-strint-report; once he hears back, the document will be updated and the IAB can consider it for approval.
Dave Thaler reported that he is working with Erik Nordmark and Eliot Lear to clear up the open issues on draft-iab-filtering-considerations, and he hopes to have a new revision posted sometime during IETF 93.
8. Program Scope
Discussion of Program Scopes was deferred to email due to time constraints.
9. Executive Session: Appeal regarding IANAPLAN Draft
Jari Arkko, Marc Blanchet, Russ Housley, Andrew Sullivan, and Suzanne Woolf recused themselves from the discussion and left the teleconference. The remaining IAB approved the response to the appeal from JFC Morfin concerning the IESG response to his appeal concerning the IESG approval of the “draft-ietf-ianaplan-icg-response” in an executive session. Ted Hardie will coordinate with Cindy Morgan to send the response and get it posted on the IAB website.