Minutes of the 2016-05-11 IAB Teleconference (Business Meeting)
1. Roll-call, agenda-bash, administrivia, minutes
- Michelle Cotton (IANA Liaison)
- Ralph Droms
- Ted Hardie
- Joe Hildebrand
- Russ Housley
- Lee Howard
- Cindy Morgan (IAB Executive Administrative Manager)
- Erik Nordmark
- Jonne Soininen (ICANN Liaison)
- Dave Thaler
- Martin Thomson
- Amy Vezza (IETF Secretariat)
- Jari Arkko (IETF Chair)
- Lars Eggert (IRTF Chair)
- Heather Flanagan (RFC Editor Liaison)
- Mat Ford (ISOC Liaison)
- Suresh Krishnan (IESG Liaison)
- Robert Sparks
- Andrew Sullivan (IAB Chair)
- Brian Trammell
- Suzanne Woolf
Olaf Kolkman will be added to the IAB mailing list as a second point of contact with ISOC.
1.3. Meeting Minutes
The minutes of the 4 May 2016 business meeting remain under review.
2. Monthly Reports
2.1. ISOC Liaison Report
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Internet Society Liaison Report to the IAB 10 May 2016 Topics: I. WSIS Forum 2016 II. UN CSTD Working Group on Enhanced Cooperation III. ITU-D Study Group 2 Rapporteur Group meetings (Question 3/2 Securing information and communication networks: Best practices for developing a culture of cybersecurity) (20 April 2016, Geneva) IV. An update on the Internet Society’s activities related to combatting spam V. Internet Society Q2 Community Forum (21 April 2016) VI. G7 ICT Ministerial VII. IANA Transition VIII. Tech Fellows Program for IETF 95 IX. ISOC Tech Fellows to IETF - Survey X. IXP Development I. WSIS Forum 2016 The focus at this year’s WSIS Forum was on meeting the Sustainable Development Goals by using ICTs. ISOC staff participated as speakers in a variety of sessions (12 in total), ranging from Enhanced Cooperation to bridging the digital gender gap. ISOC also organised three workshops on Spam, Youth, and Trust and Access. Raúl Echeberría delivered a strong statement in the opening session supporting the latter . The Digital Watch platform, to which ISOC is a partner also provided reporting from all of the sessions .  http://www.internetsociety.org/blog/public-policy/2016/05/ multistakeholder-approaches-are-way-forward-remarks-wsis-forum-2016  http://digitalwatch.giplatform.org/events/wsis-forum-2016 II. UN CSTD Working Group on Enhanced Cooperation The Chair of the CSTD, Peter Major has announced the members of this new working group that follows the ten-year review of the WSIS. The aim of the group will be to discuss roles and responsibilities with regard to international public policy issues. Representatives from the technical community and academia are as follows: 1. Mr. Nick ASHTON-HART, Consultant in international Internet related public policy and Associate Fellow, Geneva Centre for Security Policy 2. Ms Constance BOMMELAER, Senior Director, Global Internet Policy, the Internet Society 3. Mr. Nigel HICKSON, Vice-president, UN and NGO Engagement, ICANN 4. Mr. Janvier NOULAYE, ICT Teacher, IT Manager & Consultant, University of Yaoundé 5. Dr. Jovan Kurbalija, Director DiploFOundation The full list of members can be found here: http://unctad.org/en/pages/newsdetails.aspx? OriginalVersionID=1245&Sitemap_x0020_Taxonomy=Commission%20on%20Science %20and%20Technology%20for%20Development III. ITU-D Study Group 2 Rapporteur Group meetings (Question 3/2 Securing information and communication networks: Best practices for developing a culture of cybersecurity) (20 April 2016, Geneva) At the invitation of the ITU and the SG2 Chair, we presented the Internet Society Collaborative Security approach, illustrating the application of the principles in the context of botnets. We also updated SG members on our activities and materials related to combatting spam. IV. An update on the Internet Society’s activities related to combatting spam The ITU and the Internet Society have a letter of agreement to collaborate on combatting the global problem of spam . As part of that ongoing collaboration, the Internet Society and the ITU co- organised a thematic workshop  at the 2016 WSIS Forum in Geneva on 6 May 2016 to address the specific challenges faced by emerging economies. In partnership with M3AAWG and the London Action Plan, ISOC has completed online training resources that can be delivered as self paced tutorials or moderated online courses. Active promotion will start this month. The anti-spam toolkit  on our website has had a refresh. We welcome suggestions for additional information and materials for this resource.  https://www.internetsociety.org/news/itu-and-internet-society- collaborate-combat-spam  https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/forum/2016/Agenda/Session/152  http://www.internetsociety.org/spamtoolkit V. Internet Society Q2 Community Forum (21 April 2016) This quarter’s community forum covered the topics of personal data protection and data breaches. It was an opportunity to introduce the topic of this year’s Global Internet Report and gather input on the issues and possible solutions. We had a very enthusiastic discussion aided by simultaneous French and Spanish interpretation and captions. VI. G7 ICT Ministerial On April 29, the Internet Society’s CEO and President, Kathy Brown, was invited to participate at the Multistakeholder Conference on ICT, which preceded and officially opened the proceedings of the G7 ICT Ministerial meeting. Kathy was asked to speak about multistakeholder governance in the context of cybersecurity. The contributions she made were then forwarded to the Ministers and informed their final deliberations. The Internet Society was the only NGO asked to contribute on issues of substance during the preparatory phase of the G7. The Internet Society was also the only international organization working on the Internet to be invited to participate in the Multistakeholder conference. Kathy’s focus on the conference was on moving forward the discussions on the multistakeholder model and on collaborative security. Details about her contributions can be found here: https://www.internetsociety.org/blog/ public-policy/2016/04/way-g7-ict-ministers-meeting-japan- multistakeholder-approaches-needed and here: https:// www.internetsociety.org/blog/public-policy/2016/05/reflections-g7-ict- ministers-meeting VII. IANA Transition The Draft New ICANN Bylaws are currently out for a 30-day public comment from 21 April – 21 May to allow any interested party to review and provide feedback on the Bylaws. This timeline allows for comments to be analyzed and incorporated in time for the ICANN Board to consider adoption of the new ICANN Bylaws on or about 27 May 2016 by the ICANN Board. Once new Bylaws have been adopted, ICANN will notify NTIA. NTIA has stated that it needs to see that changes to the Bylaws have been adopted sufficient to implement the Transition Proposals before it can complete its review of the Transition Proposals. Once adopted, the Bylaws are expected to go into effect in the event NTIA approves of the IANA Stewardship Transition Proposal and the IANA Functions Contract expires. VIII. Tech Fellows Program for IETF 95 The Tech Fellows Program for IETF 95 Buenos Aires was delivered successfully. There were 16 Fellows from 11 countries, including Brazil, Costa Rica, Bolivia, Venezuela, Argentina, India, Pakistan, Morocco, Ethiopia, and Benin. A number of fellows presented/participated in working groups or other activities. - Nabil Benamar presented 2 drafts. - Raphael Rosa presented 1 draft. - Dessalegn Yehuala presented about his experience as the Chair of ICANN’s Ethiopic Script Rule Set initiative. A role for which he credits the fellowship as a key impetus. - Ramanou Biaou participated in the Hackathon. - Matheus Prola was involved in Codematch. IX. ISOC Tech Fellows to IETF - Survey ISOC is completing a survey of past Tech Fellows to IETF (2006-2015). The survey assesses: (1) What are the subsequent contributions to IETF and open standards processes (2) What former Fellows are doing to promote IETF and open standards in their communities - for example, academic research and remote hubs (3) How they are currently engaged in other technical and policy discussions and with ISOC Survey results will be used to (1) provide an update to ISOC staff, the Board, and IETF leadership and (2) refine the programme. The summary report will be available in June. X. IXP Development ISOC partnered with NSRC to provide BGP/IXP training in Islamabad, Pakistan from April 18-22. Pakistan has a strong technical and NREN community, and the Islamabad IXP likely will be launched in the next 5-6 months.
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2.2. IESG Liaison Report
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No report was received.
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2.3. IRTF Chair Report
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* the DTNRG was closed * the CFRG will have an interim meeting on May 12 at the Eurocrypt conference * the NMRG, NFVRG and SDNRG are planning an additional joint session at IETF-96 * the proposed NMLRG is planning an interim on Jun 27 at the EuCNC conference * there has been no visible activity in the NWCRG, and if that doesn't change, they may close * the submissions deadline for the ACM/ISOC/IRTF ANRW workshop is coming up on May 16
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Ted Hardie noted that only one nomination for IRTF chair has been accepted so far; there are two other outstanding nominations that have not yet been accepted. Ted asked the IAB to start encouraging nominations for IRTF Chair.
2.4. ICANN Liaison Report
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I. Public Comments needing attention (only highlights) ======================================================= (All public comment processes: https://www.icann.org/public- comments#open-public) Draft New ICANN Bylaws (https://www.icann.org/public-comments/draft-new- bylaws-2016-04-21-en) End: May 21st, 2016 Proposal for Khmer Script Root Zone Label Generation Rules (LGR) (https://www.icann.org/public-comments/khmer-lgr-2016-04-15-en) End: May 28th, 2016 II. Upcoming topics that could be relevant =========================================== IANA stewardship transition --------------------------- ICANN board has posted the draft ICANN bylaws for public comments. The public comment period is ongoing until May 21st. IAB has already submitted its comments on May 1st. In addition to the IAB comments, two minor comments have been posted so far. However, the comment period is still ongoing and there is a little over a week left. The CCWG on accountability is still preparing its comments and they are expected to be posted before the deadline. III. (If relevant) upcoming meeting topics of importance ========================================================= ICANN board workshop May 14-16, 2016
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2.5. IANA Liaison Report
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IANA Liaison Report – 11 May 2016 SLA Deliverables Update: - ICANN met 99% of processing goal times for the March 2016 monthly statistics report and 95% of processing goal times for the April 2016 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. - Protocol Parameters Annual Review report was delivered to the IPROC on March 25, 2016. No exceptions were found by the third-party auditor. Other News: - The IAB recently confirmed 2 requests for the top-level domain .arpa and second-level domain e164.arpa. Both of these requests have been completed.
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2.6. RFC Editor Liaison Report
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Project Updates - Format status (including planning for future tutorials) The format documents are largely finished, with a few still outstanding as the authors finish validating the information via automated tests. While those documents are wrapping up, the RSE is starting to pull together a plan for tutorials on how to use the features described in the format documents to the best effect in an RFC. Exact details for the tutorials are, of course, dependent on the availability of the new tools. The tutorials are expected to be developed in consumable chunks, such that an author can either choose to read/view a specific component related to a specific feature, or read/view the full tutorial series for a solid grounding on how to create an I-D or RFC in the new format. - Stats and Metrics project The project is nearly complete, with the vendor and the RPC now working on some specific details of labeling and export of the graphs. The final report required is the errata report. The new code will be used to create the necessary reports for the next IETF meeting and to generate the figures that go on the reports summary pages. - Digital Signatures The technical hurdles to digitally signing RFCs have been resolved. Russ Housley is updating draft-housley-rfc-and-id-signatures with the new details, and the RFC Production Center and Publisher are looking into the implementation details. Face to Face meeting, May 2016 - The IETF, IAB, and IAOC chairs, as well as the IETF Administrative Director, the RFC Series Editor, and AMS met in Herndon, Virginia, to discuss current activities and relationships among the group. The RSE reported on the RFC Format project, discussed the issues and resolutions for the Digital Signatures project, and plans for future tutorials. The RSE also mentioned that we will review the new SLA numbers after a year to evaluate their validity against the expectations of the document streams. Presentation at the Society for Scholarly Publishing - The RSE will be presenting as part of a half-day seminar at the upcoming Society for Scholarly Publishing conference, to be held in Vancouver, BC. The topic of the workshop is standards in publishing. More information is available online at: https://www.sspnet.org/events/ annual-meeting-2016/2016-schedule/seminar-2-smart-linking-supplemental- data/ RPC Report - https://www.rfc-editor.org/report-summary/ - Documents are moving steadily to AUTH48 from a surge in the EDIT queue late last year.
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3. IAB Retreat
The IAB discussed the agenda for the 2016 IAB retreat.
4. Internationalization Program
The IAB approved the new text for the Internationalization Program description. Ted Hardie will follow up with potential new Program members and bring them back to the IAB for approval. The Internationalization Program web page will not be updated until the membership changes are completed.
5. ISOC Bylaws Change
The IAB approved the text for the IAB comments on the proposed changes to the ISOC Bylaws. Cindy Morgan will send the comments to ISOC.
6. IOTSU Workshop
The IAB approved the call for papers for the Internet of Things Software Update Workshop (IoTSU). Cindy Morgan will send out the call for papers and post a link to it on the IAB home page.
7. Other Business
There was no other business, and the meeting was adjourned.