Minutes of the 2018-04-11 IAB Teleconference (Business Meeting)
1. Roll-call, agenda-bash, administrivia, minutes
- Jari Arkko
- Alissa Cooper
- Michelle Cotton (IANA Liaison)
- Heather Flanagan (RFC Editor Liaison)
- Ted Hardie (IAB Chair)
- Christian Huitema
- Allison Mankin (IRTF Chair)
- Cindy Morgan (IAB Executive Administrative Manager)
- Erik Nordmark
- Mark Nottingham
- Karen O’Donoghue (ISOC Liaison)
- Melinda Shore
- Jonne Soininen (ICANN Liaison)
- Robert Sparks
- Martin Thomson
- Brian Trammell
- Amy Vezza
- Suzanne Woolf
- Deborah Brungard (IESG Liaison)
- Gabriel Montenegro
- Jeff Tantsura
An item on the ICANN Study Group on Root Zone Label Generation Rules was added to the agenda.
The following minutes remain under review review:
- 2018-03-07 Minutes
- 2018-03-18 Minutes
- 2018-03-19 Minutes
- 2018-03-22 Minutes
- 2018-04-04 Minutes
1.4. Action Item Review
The internal action item list was reviewed.
2. Monthly Reports
2.1. ISOC Liaison Report
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Internet Society Liaison Report to the IAB 9 April 2018 Topics: I. Upcoming Policy Papers Land-locked Developing Countries (LLDCs) 2018 Plenipotentiary Background Paper Discussion Paper: IoT Security for Policy Makers Africa Personal Data Protection and Privacy Guidelines Internet Society-Chatham House Roundtable on Encryption and Lawful Access Report II. Upcoming Submissions IGF 2018 Call for Issues III. Upcoming Engagements Canadian Multistakeholder Process: Enhancing IoT Security C20 Face to Face meeting 32nd Euro-IX Forum eLAC 2020 Ministerial Conference Arusha Women School of Internet Governance (AruWSIG) African Internet Summit (AIS) Cyber South School on Internet Governance LACNIC Dynamic Spectrum Alliance Meeting IV. Highlights of Recent Activities WSIS Forum 2018 Agreement signed by OAS and ISOC to promote the creation of Community Networks Africa Region 2nd Preparatory Meeting for ITU PP-18 Tech Fellows Program for IETF 101 I. Upcoming Policy Papers Land-locked Developing Countries (LLDCs) This report was drafted in 2017 and the team plans to release in June in tandem with the Central Asian IGF. A draft will be available for the OMAC, Chapters, and partners to review and comment on by Mid-April. 2018 Plenipotentiary Background Paper ISOC is a Sector Member of the ITU and will be attending Plenipotentiary 2018 as an observer. As part of our preparations we will have several informational resources for our community. A background paper on Plenipotentiary 2018 will be released 6 April. Discussion Paper: IoT Security for Policy Makers The Internet Society Discussion Paper: IoT Security for Policymakers will be published in mid-April. The paper provides an introduction to key considerations and challenges, and recommendations for policymakers as they approach the area of IoT Security. Africa Personal Data Protection and Privacy Guidelines The African Union Commission and the Internet Society are finalizing the drafting of the Africa Privacy Guidelines expected to be launched during the Africa Internet Summit in May 2018 in Dakar, Senegal. A draft will be available for review and comments for the community Internet Society-Chatham House Roundtable on Encryption and Lawful Access Report The Internet Society and Chatham House will release the report from their join Internet Society-Chatham House Roundtable on Encryption and Lawful Access. The Roundtable brought together a wide range of experts to identify nuances, areas for improvement, and break down the problem into manageable pieces. II. Upcoming Submissions IGF 2018 Call for Issues The IGF MAG is asking for issues of high interest to all stakeholders across the world, in order to shape the IGF 2018 program in a more focused and cohesive manner. That's an innovation in the IGF process and everyone is invited to bring their voice to the help the IGF program shaping! III. Upcoming Engagements Canadian Multistakeholder Process: Enhancing IoT Security The Internet Society has partnered with Innovation, Science and Economic Development, the Canadian Internet Registration Authority, CANARIE, and CIPPIC to convene stakeholders in order to develop recommendations for a set of norms/policy to secure the Internet of Things in Canada. The first multistakeholder meeting in the year-long process will be held in Ottawa on April 4, 2018. In these sessions, we will address two specific thematic areas: consumer protection and network resilience. Mark Buell, Jeff Wilbur and Olaf Kolkman will be speaking at this event. C20 Face to Face meeting, 4-5 April, Buenos Aires, Argentina Civil Society 20 is one of the seven Engagement Groups of the G20 that brings together civil society organizations around the world to contribute with recommendations to the G20 leaders discussions. Among the key topics are Internet Access issues. 32nd Euro-IX Forum 16-17 April, Galway, Ireland The European Internet Exchange Association (Euro-IX) gathers 83 IXPs from around the world. It was formed in May 2001 with the intention to develop, strengthen and improve the Internet Exchange Point (IXP) community. A number of IXPs recognized a need to combine their resources in order to coordinate technical standards, develop common procedures, share and publish statistics and other useful information. This would in turn give all interested parties a better insight into the world of IXPs. eLAC 2020 Ministerial Conference, 18-20 April, Cartagena, Colombia eLAC is the WSIS regional follow up mechanism for policy dialogue to meet the SDGs, operated by UN-ECLAC. The Ministerial conference is held every 3 years to review the regional goals and the set the action plan for the mechanism and respective working groups. The main outcome expected for the meeting is the LAC Digital Agenda for 2020, including the definition of the working groups for 2018-2020. Several side-events are also being organized side-by-side with the meeting. Raquel Gatto and Christian O'Flaherty will be attending. Arusha Women School of Internet Governance (AruWSIG), 22 -23 April, Arusha, Tanzania Arusha Women School of Internet Governance will host a women and girls focused IG capacity building event in Arusha, Tanzania from the 22nd of April. ISOC Africa Regional Bureau is a partner to the event together with Dot.africa, ICANNWiki and Localisation lab. The meeting intent to build capacity of aspiring Internet Governance/policy women leaders (organizers, speakers, and local content curators). African Internet Summit (AIS) 29 April - 11 May, Dakar, Senegal The Africa Internet Summit (AIS) is an annual, regional, multi- stakeholder ICT conference. It is the pinnacle educational and business ICT event in Africa where key players in the Internet industry can interact with the global Internet community. Launched in The Gambia in 2012, the Summit consists of seminars, workshops, tutorials, conference sessions, birds-of-a-feather (BOFs), and other forums for sharing ICT knowledge within the African region.. Cyber South School on Internet Governance 30 April, Washington, DC The eleventh edition of the South School on Internet Governance is focusing on cybersecurity issues and will be hosted by the Organization of American States (OAS). It aims to train new leaders primarily from Latin America and Caribbean region in understanding the complexity related with Internet Governance and its importance in the future of the Internet. Kathy Brown has a keynote speech at the event. Sebastian Bellagamba and Raquel Gatto will be attending. LACNIC 29, 30 April - 4 May, Panama City, Panama LACNIC 29 is one of the most important Internet events in Latin America and the Caribbean that brings together experts and representatives of academia, civil society, the private sector, governments, and the telecommunications industry. Dynamic Spectrum Alliance Meeting London, 1-3 May United Kingdom Members of the CN team are likely to attend this meeting as its scope has broadened to include a variety of spectrum issues (not just TVWS). Many governments and companies attend. IV. Highlights of Recent Activities WSIS Forum 2018 ISOC's CN and PubPol teams collaborated with APC on two panels on community networks during the WSIS Forum in Geneva (19-23 March). The panels included updates from community networks from the "field", and a focus on policy-regulatory changes to help support CN development and growth. Agreement signed by OAS and ISOC to promote the creation of Community Networks The General Secretariat of the Organization of American States (OAS), through its Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL), and the Internet Society (ISOC) to promote the creation of new community networks that provide access to rural and remote areas of the Americas. Africa Region 2nd Preparatory Meeting for ITU PP-18 The 2nd African Prep Meeting for ITU PP-18, was convened in Abuja, Nigeria, from 13-15 March 2018 and attended by 170 participants. The aim of the meeting was to receive updates on the actions of the 3 working groups. Tech Fellows Program for IETF 101 The ISOC Tech Fellows Program for IETF 101 London was delivered successfully. There were 10 Fellows from 9 countries, including Argentina, Bangladesh, Brazil, Colombia, Ethiopia, India, Palestine, Nigeria, and Serbia. A number of fellows presented/participated in working groups or other activities. - Jose Ignacio Alvarez-Hamelin (Argentina) presented a draft on 'Advanced Unidirectional Route Assessment' in the IPPM working group. - Marcelo Santos (Brazil) discussed his role in the organization of the IETF Workshop to be held at the 2018 Conference of the Brazil Information Society. He also presented his ideas on 'SDN Placement Challenges' to individuals in the NMRG. - Diego Dujovne (Colombia) presented 2 drafts to the 6TISCH working group. One of them involved information element encapsulation and the other addressed experimental scheduling functions. - Tiru Reddy Konda (India) presented 2 drafts to the DOTS working group. A draft that he co-authored in the DPRIVE working group on 'Usage Profiles for DNS over TLS and DNS over DTLS' became RFC 8310. Alvaro Retana of the IESG was present for meetings with the Fellows, and discussed several aspects of the IETF, including providing advice on how to build and expand communities of practice, increasing inclusiveness in the IETF, and how to become more actively involved in the development of drafts and RFCs. Fred Baker also addressed the Fellows with some context on the history of the IETF and his work supporting the Fellowship program.
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2.2. IRTF Chair Report
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IRTF Report for April 2018 (submitted April 10, 2018) ANRW The budget of ANRW was submitted to ACM and their sponsoring contribution was confirmed. The Chairs, steering committee, and others worked hard to promote the Call for Papers (due April 20). Planning Note: the IRTF will not use Monday meeting slots in Montreal to accommodate the ANRW Status of Proposed and Potential Research Groups Proposed Path Aware Networking RG (PANRG) - the participants in the meeting hummed loudly in favor continuing with this RG. The IRSG will complete discussion on April 17. The Quantum Internet Proposed RG is developing a charter now, on the email@example.com mailing list. There are currently two co-chairs, Rod van Meter (Keio University) and Stephanie Wehner (TU Delft), and there may be a third co-chair to specialize in the hardware aspects of the applied internet research. There are now co-chair candidates working on the charter for the potential Privacy Enhancements Applied Research Group (PEARG) and there will soon be an mailing list announcement for discussion. Upcoming Interim Meetings 4/24/18 - NMRG (collocated with NOMS Conference, Taipei) 4/24/18 - NFVRG (needs to be announced) IRTF Documents Status - RFC 8316 published: draft-irtf-nmrg-autonomic-sla-violation-detection - draft-irtf-cfrg-xmss-hash-based-signatures - RFC-Editor queue, Informational - draft-irtf-nwcrg-network-coding-taxonomy - Conflict review complete, RFC publication requested - draft-nir-cfrg-rfc7539bis - Conflict review complete, waiting for (delayed) Expert Review in order to get IANA OK - draft-irtf-icnrg-ccnxsemantics - IRTF chair reviewing revision prior to requesting conflict review, Experimental - draft-irtf-icnrg-ccnmessages - IRTF chair reviewing revision prior to requesting conflict review, Experimental - draft-irtf-nfvrg-gaps-network-virtualization - IRTF chair reviewing revision prior to requesting conflict review, Informational - draft-irtf-t2trg-iot-seccons - IRSG Poll in progress - draft-irtf-cfrg-re-keying - RGLC ended
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2.3. 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) Uniform Board Member Integrity Screening Process https://www.icann.org/public-comments/board-integrity- screening-2018-03-02-en End: 17 Apr 2018 23:59 UTC Draft Project Plan for the Proposed Name Collision Analysis Project (NCAP) https://www.icann.org/public-comments/reserve-fund- replenishment-2018-03-06-en End: 18 Apr 2018 23:59 UTC II. Topics that could be relevant ================================== Ongoing activities: Namespace issues ---------------- The SSAC has answered the board's request for a project proposal on namespace collisions (https://www.icann.org/public-comments/reserve- fund-replenishment-2018-03-06-en). The SSAC is asking for public comment and the proposal, which is a new way of operation for SSAC. The ICANN board met with the SSAC at the Puerto Rico meeting and discussed with the SSAC on the topic. SSAC and the board will continue the discussion on this topic. GDPR ---- ICANN has published a blog today about the current status with the GDPR (https://www.icann.org/news/blog/data-protection-privacy-issues-update- an-icann-update-most-frequently-asked-questions). ICANN has now published an FAQ (https://www.icann.org/en/system/files/files/data- protection-privacy-faqs-10apr18-en.pdf) in addition to the interim model (https://www.icann.org/en/system/files/files/gdpr-compliance-interim- model-08mar18-en.pdf). ICANN is still inviting thoughts on the matter on e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. III. (If relevant) upcoming meeting topics of importance ========================================================= ICANN board retreat, 11th-13th May, 2018
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Jonne Soininen reported that the ICANN Board has changed their timeline for incoming Board members so that incoming Board members will begin observing in September rather than May. As such, the person the IAB appoints as the new liaison to the Board will not have any obligations for the May ICANN board retreat or the June ICANN meeting.
Alissa Cooper noted that the IAB has received an inquiry about ICANN’s interim GDPR plan and RDAP. Alissa, Ted Hardie, and Brian Trammell will review ICANN’s GDPR plan and draft a response from the IAB.
2.4. IANA Liaison Report
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IANA Services Liaison Report – 11 April 2018 SLA Deliverables Update: - ICANN met 100% of processing goal times for the March 2018 monthly statistics report, exceeding the SLA goal to meet 90% of processing goal times. These times include the steps that ICANN has control over and not time it is waiting on requesters, document authors or other experts. Monthly reports can be found at: https://www.iana.org/performance/ietf- statistics - The 2018 SLA between the IAOC and ICANN has been approved and has been signed by both parties. Other News: - Working on and inventory of GDPR related information in Protocol Parameter registries. IANA Services Operator and IETF Leadership Meeting Minutes: None to report
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2.5. RFC Editor Liaison Report
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RSE - IETF 101 - The RSE met with several of the -bis authors, developers, and the RPC representative for the RFC Format project. Attendees included: Henrik Levkowetz, Jim Schaad, Julian Reschke, Paul Hoffman, Nevil Brownlee, Alice Russo, and Heather Flanagan. Each developer offered an update on the status of his tools, and the team discussed both testing and updating the -bis documents that describe the requirements for the v3 format. The team also assigned write ups for FAQ-style guidance for authors on how to use new v3 features. - Style Guide - a revised draft of the RFC Style Guide has been posted for discussion. The changes in this version focus on reference format updates, in particular adding code repository guidance and changing Internet Draft terminology from “Work in Progress” to “Internet Draft”. RPC - https://www.rfc-editor.org/report-summary/ - PGTE increased significantly (40%) during March, so the RPC expects the processing times in Q2 to be impacted while they work through the queue. As a reminder, Tier 2 metrics require 50% of documents published within the period having an RFC Editor-controlled time that ads up to 12 weeks or fewer. For more information, please see the reports page.
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3. Future Tech Plenaries
The IAB has a tech chat scheduled for 9 May 2018 on ideas for future plenaries.
Brian Trammell reported that the plenary queue page on the IAB wiki <https://www.iab.org/wiki/index.php/Plenary_Queue> has been updated, and asked the IAB to take a look and provide comments.
4. Applied Networking Research Workshop
Allison Mankin noted that she would like to coordinate with the IESG so that the sessions on the ANRW agenda do not overlap with any relevant Working Group sessions at IETF 102.
5. IAB Retreat
The IAB discussed potential agenda topics for their 2018 retreat. Ted Hardie and Cindy Morgan will put together a first draft of the agenda.
6. The shine of the Internet
Discussion of “The shine has gone off the Internet” Program was deferred to email.
The IAB agreed to adopt draft-hardie-path-signale on the IAB stream.
The IAB agreed to adopt draft-trammell-wire-image on the IAB stream.
9. IDN Implementation Guidelines
Ted Hardie will send a message to ICANN letting them know that the IAB has no further comment on the IDN implementation guidelines.
10. Community Coordination Group Appointment
The IAB approved the timeline and messaging for the appointment to the Community Coordination Group. Cindy Morgan will send out the call for nominations on 16 April 2018.
11. ICANN Study Group on Root Zone Label Generation Rules
The IAB appointed Alireza Saleh to the ICANN Study Group on Root Zone Label Generation Rules. Ted Hardie will follow up with the candidates.
12. Executive Session: ICANN Board Liaison Appointment
Ted Hardie recused himself from the discussion and left the teleconference. The IAB discussed the ICANN Board Liaison appointment in an executive session.