Minutes of the 2018-05-09 IAB Teleconference (Tech Chat & Business Meeting)
- Jari Arkko
- Deborah Brungard (IESG Liaison)
- Alissa Cooper
- Michelle Cotton (IANA Liaison)
- Ted Hardie (IAB Chair)
- Christian Huitema
- Allison Mankin (IRTF Chair)
- Gabriel Montenegro
- Cindy Morgan (IAB Executive Administrative Manager)
- Erik Nordmark
- Mark Nottingham
- Karen O’Donoghue (ISOC Liaison)
- Jeff Tantsura
- Martin Thomson
- Brian Trammell
- Amy Vezza
- Suzanne Woolf
- Heather Flanagan (RFC Editor Liaison)
- Melinda Shore
- Jonne Soininen (ICANN Liaison)
- Robert Sparks
- Daniel Kahn Gillmor
2. Tech Chat: Ideas for Future Plenaries
Daniel Kahn Gillmor joined the IAB to discuss ideas for future technical plenary topics. Suggested topics included:
- How IETF work interacts with work standardized elsewhere, e.g. the Tor Project
- How user interfaces are affected by IETF protocols, e.g. Autocrypt
- A systems analysis of cross-protocol interaction.
The Plenary Planning Program will follow up with Daniel Kahn Gillmor.
3. Monthly Reports
3.1. ISOC Liaison Report
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Internet Society Liaison Report to the IAB 9 May 2018 Topics: I. Recent Policy Papers IoT Security for Policy Makers Internet Society-Chatham House Roundtable on Encryption and Lawful Access Report Africa Personal Data Protection and Privacy Guidelines II. Upcoming Policy Papers Sustainable Business Models - Community Networks Innovative Licensing Paper - Enabling Community Networks III. Upcoming Submissions Internet Governance Forum (IGF) 2018 IV. Recent and Upcoming Engagements African Internet Summit (AIS) 29 April – 11 May in Dakar, Senegal SSIG 30 April- 2 May, Washington DC, USA IGF Afghanistan, 1-3 May, Kabul, Afghanistan Canadian Multistakeholder Process Workshop 14 May, Ottawa, Canada Commission on Science and Technology for Development (CSTD), 21st session, 14-18 May, Geneva, G20 Consumer Summit 15-16 May, Buenos Aires, Argentina RightsCon 2018 16-18 May, Toronto, Canada Caribbean IGF 21-23 May, Paramaribo, Suriname CITEL PCC1 meeting 21-24 May, Lima, Peru SEEDIG 23-24 May, Ljubljana, Slovenia ITU Regional Development Forum for LAC 25 May, Lima, Peru Caribbean Peering & Interconnection Forum (CarPIF 2018) V. Highlights of Recent Activities Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) IXP Programme launched IXP Assistance National Community Network Hearings - Mexico Canadian Multistakeholder Process -- Enhancing IoT Security Community Networks (CNs): IRTF/GAIA: ************ I. Recent Policy Papers IoT Security for Policy Makers The Internet Society Discussion Paper: IoT Security for Policymakers was published on 19 April. The paper provides an introduction to key considerations and challenges, and recommendations for policymakers as they approach the area of IoT Security. (https:// www.internetsociety.org/resources/2018/iot-security-for-policymakers/) Internet Society-Chatham House Roundtable on Encryption and Lawful Access Report On 19 April 2018, the Internet Society and Chatham House released the report from their joint Internet Society-Chatham House Roundtable on Encryption and Lawful Access (https://www.internetsociety.org/resources/ doc/2018/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. Africa Personal Data Protection and Privacy Guidelines The Africa Privacy Guidelines were launched on 8 May during the Africa Internet Summit in Dakar, Senegal. (https://www.internetsociety.org/ resources/doc/2018/personal-data-protection-guidelines-for-africa/) II. Upcoming Policy Papers Sustainable Business Models - Community Networks As a result of the community network project launched in the Tusheti region of Georgia last year, the European Bureau is working with ISOC's Georgia Chapter, the World Bank, and other experts to capture key issues related to sustainable business models for community networks. Interviews have been conducted with key European community networks to identify best-practices and common issues related to successful sustainability. The paper will be launched during Euro-Dig, June 1-3. Innovative Licensing Paper - Enabling Community Networks A draft of the Innovative Licensing Paper was circulated with the ISOC community, and a final version of the paper will be released in May. III. Upcoming Submissions Internet Governance Forum (IGF) 2018 The IGF 2018 Call for workshops is now open until 27 May. Anyone can submit proposals to organize workshops at the 13th Annual Meeting of the Internet Governance Forum to be held in November/December 2018. The link for submissions is: https://www.intgovforum.org/multilingual/content/ igf-2018-call-for-workshop-proposals IV. Recent and Upcoming Engagements African Internet Summit (AIS) 29 April – 11 May in Dakar, Senegal The African Internet Summit (AIS) is a technical event that aims to bring the information, communication and technical business, and tech community in Africa together under one roof to talk about Africa’s most pressing issues and challenges. (https://www.internetsociety.org/events/ africa-internet-summit/2018/) SSIG 30 April- 2 May, Washington DC, USA The South School on Internet Governance is held to train new leaders in all aspects related with Internet Governance, from a global perspective and with focus on the Latin America and Caribbean Region. The program trains university and postgraduate students from the region and from the rest of the world in understanding the complexity related with Internet Governance and its importance in the future of the Internet. IGF Afghanistan, 1-3 May, Kabul, Afghanistan The Second IGF of Afghanistan bring together Leaders from government, civil society, private sector, technical and academic communities converge at the IGFA 2018 to discuss the most pressing Internet Governance issues, including Internet access, its diversity, robustness, security, stability and development. Canadian Multistakeholder Process Workshop 14 May, Ottawa, Canada Enhancing IoT Security: ISOC will host two workshops on May 14 -- one for youths and one for industry leaders. The goal of the workshops are to aid in the develop of recommendations for a set of norms and policies to secure the Internet of Things (IoT) in Canada. For more information please visit: https://iotsecurity2018.ca/ Commission on Science and Technology for Development (CSTD), 21st session, 14-18 May, Geneva, The twenty-first session will review the progress made in the implementation of the outcomes of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS). (http://unctad.org/en/pages/MeetingDetails.aspx? meetingid=16700 G20 Consumer Summit 15-16 May, Buenos Aires, Argentina The theme for this year’s Summit is ‘Effective and inclusive consumer protection’. The Summit will bring together senior representatives from G20 governments, international organisations, consumer groups, global business and civil society to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing consumers in 2018 and beyond. Raúl Echeberría will be speaking. RightsCon 2018 16-18 May, Toronto, Canada As the world’s leading conference on human rights in the digital age, RightsCon bring together business leaders, policy makers, general counsels, government representatives, technologists, and human rights defenders from around the world to tackle pressing issues at the intersection of human rights and digital technology. This is where our community comes together to break down silos, forge partnerships, and drive large-scale, real-world change toward a more free, open, and connected world. Caribbean IGF 21-23 May, Paramaribo, Suriname The 14th CIGF will provide a regional platform to highlight and address current Internet governance issues of Caribbean and global prominence, such as data protection/privacy, social media and network/service resiliency, towards building consensus on appropriate Caribbean approaches and formulating action plans for advancing Caribbean interests. CITEL PCC1 meeting 21-24 May, Lima, Peru The CITEL PCC1 is an advisory committee of CITEL in the area of telecommunications/ICTs, especially in matters related to telecommunication/ICT policy, regulatory aspects, standardization, cybersecurity, international public policy issues relating to the Internet, in as much as those issues involve telecommunications networks or ICT Infrastructure, universal service, economic and social development, environment and climate change, and the development of infrastructure and new technologies. SEEDIG 23-24 May, Ljubljana, Slovenia SEEDIG is sub-regional Internet Governance Forum initiative dedicated to facilitating discussions and collaboration on Internet-related issues within South East Europe and neighboring area (SEE). ITU Regional Development Forum for LAC 25 May, Lima, Peru This Regional Development Forum is an opportunity to promote a high- level dialogue between the Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT) and governments, regulators, ITU Member States and Sector Members. It aims not only to present the work of the BDT for the period 2014-2017 Caribbean Peering & Interconnection Forum (CarPIF 2018) The 3rd CarPIF will take place 13-14 June in Belize. CarPIF is coordinated by The Caribbean Network Operators Group (CaribNOG) with support from the Internet Society (ISOC), the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU), the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN), and Packet Clearing House (PCH). It aims to focus on network resilience, peering and transit strategies, content hosting, policies, and opportunities. V. Highlights of Recent Activities Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) IXP Programme The MANRS IXP Programme was launched on 23 April and introduces a separate membership category for IXPs with a set of security actions to address the unique needs and concerns of IXPs. https://www.manrs.org/ participants/ixp/. Related to this, ISOC has signed an MOU with LAC-IX to encourage greater collaboration on implementation of MANRS with IXPs in the LAC region. IXP Assistance ISOC continues to work with new and developing IXPs to provide them with training, strategic planning, or equipment. In 2018, we have provided equipment to Guatemala and Lebanon to strengthen their local IXP environments and to encourage greater neutral peering and interconnection. National Community Network Hearings - Mexico ISOC staff participated in a community network/community radio event held by the Mexican regulatory body (IFT) April 16-17. The purpose of the event was to discuss community networks/radio with a broad community of interest as Mexico shapes additional policies/regulatory vehicles on access. Canadian Multistakeholder Process -- Enhancing IoT Security The first meeting in this year-long series was held in Ottawa. Participants represented a wide-range of stakeholder groups, including government, academia, public interest, and industry representatives. Participants are continuing to engage virtually through several listservs and will reconvene this summer to continue the discussions in person. More information can be found https://www.internetsociety.org/ blog/2018/04/successful-first-event-canadian-multistakeholder-process- enhancing-iot-security-series/ and a report out can be found https:// iotsecurity2018.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Meeting-report-Canadian- Multistakeholder-Process.pdf. Community Networks (CNs): ISOC continues to expand its community network development and training with partners. Network deployments are planned in Argentina, Kyrgyzstan, and Zimbabwe, along with continued support to the Republic of Georgia community network in the Tusheti region. The team also partnered with the Association for Progressive Communications (APC) to promote two CN workshops during the WSIS Forum meetings in Geneva, and to promote a soon to be released Licensing policy brief (to promote more flexible means to allow local access network development). The Licensing Policy Brief to enable CNs complements a policy brief on Spectrum Options for Community Networks released in October 2017. IRTF/GAIA: ISOC is co-chairing GAIA with Professor Leandro Navarro. A call will go out for IETF 102 for more experts to speak during GAIA, and for GAIA to develop best practices/guidelines for local access network/CN development. The goal is to highlight innovative use of/access to technology to provide connectivity in unserved/underserved areas.
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3.2. IRTF Chair Report
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IRTF Report for May 2018 (submitted May 9, 2018) ANRW The Chairs, steering committee, and others worked hard to promote the Call for Papers, and 40 submissions came in. The planning for the space and schedule with the Secretariat is under way. Still to be done: determine with IAD/IAOC what IETF access we can bundle with the non- IETFers’ admission fee for the workshop (and at what price), so as to encourage the new folks to join in at IETF. Also still to be done: on May 14, the chairs and I will work on identifying the topics of tracks in workshop to aid scheduling. No RGs will be scheduled, but for WGs, there may be tracks that people want to encourage attendance to the workshop. ANRP The upcoming ANRP awardees will be “announced” and promoted starting the last week of May. As previously reported here, they are: Panos Papadimitratos, KTH, SECMACE: Scalable and Robust Identity and Credential Infrastructure in Vehicular Communication, IEEE ITS (to appear 4/18) Maria Apostolaki, ETHZ, Hijacking Bitcoin: Routing Attacks on Cryptocurrencies, IEEE S&P 2017 ETHZ promoted Maria’s paper and the ANRP call on twitter during the buzz about the routing/DNS hack by the Bitcoin thieves, and we retweeted. This will be a very timely and interesting talk. During scheduling, plan is to keep the IRTFOPEN meeting clear of security (to the extent possible) and IoT WGs. In other news, thanks to sponsorship contributions from Comcast and NBC Universal, we have invited two past ANRP awardees for return visits in Montreal, Samuel Jero, who works on QUIC measurement, and Roya Ensafi, who works on censorship and privacy topics. Roya will present new work in the HRPC RG. Samuel will be in touch with the QUIC chairs and the TSV ADs about ways he can contribute during his return visit. Status of Proposed and Potential Research Groups Path-Aware Networking Proposed RG (PANRG) is ready to transition from Proposed Research Group to RG. This follows a discussion by the IRSG and some small tweaks to the charter to clarify that PANRG is very consciously using the results of past attempts on this topic in the IETF and trying to steer through past pitfalls to useful eventual future results. Proposed Quantum Internet RG is actively using its mailing list (email@example.com). As mentioned last month, there are currently two co- chairs, Rod van Meter (Keio University) and Stephanie Wehner (TU Delft) Privacy Enhancements and Assessment Proposed Research Group (PEARG) has a mailing list coming out this week, and will begin public discussions of its charter after a few more comments of the IRTF Chair are addressed. PEARG will closely coordinate with CFRG. Looking for a new co-chair for HRPC RG. Niels ten Oever resigned his co-chairship in favor of more efforts on his document work within the RG. Informal work underway: Marie-José Montpetit is planning to organize a non-RG forming side meeting to talk in Montreal about the ML research directions in applied networking. It is non-RG forming because of the past Proposed RG on this topic that failed to lift off. Current thought is a non-RG mailing list and wiki can be used to inform ML aspects of other RGs. More RGs’ status next month as the planning continues. Miscellaneous A set of requested updates to the datatracker for the IRTF and IRSG was presented in April, and Mat Ford implemented one great fix, a search field for IRTF states, which was brought into an April release. Other requests include datatracker support for the IRSG reviews and ballots on documents.
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3.3. IANA Liaison Report
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IANA Services Liaison Report – 10 May 2018 SLA Deliverables Update: - The April 2018 statistics report has not yet been finalized. It will be reported next month. Other News: - None to report IANA Services Operator and IETF Leadership Meeting Minutes: MEETING MINUTES - BEGIN Summary of Meeting Minutes Monday, March 19, 2018 Lunch Meeting at IETF-101, London 1200 Local Time, 1200 UTC Attendees: Jari Arkko, IAB IANA Program Amanda Baber, PTI Lead IANA Services Specialist Brad Biddle, IETF Legal Counsel Alissa Cooper, IETF Chair Michelle Cotton, PTI Protocol Parameters Engagement Sr. Manager Kim Davies, IANA VP/PTI President Ted Hardie, IAB Chair Russ Housley, IAB IANA Program Jonne Soininen, IETF liaison to ICANN Board Portia Wenze-Danley, Interim IAD Suzanne Woolf, IAB IANA Program 1. Introductions and Welcome Kim Davies has been named IANA VP/PTI President. Brad Biddle is the new IETF Legal Counsel. He is observing today to learn about what IANA Services are provided for the IETF and what the relationships are. 2. Review of Action Items Inactive Process Report: M.Cotton is updating the report with the data for 2017. Report back to IESG about ports process: Last IETF meeting we did an overview of the ports process including what was currently in the queue, how the processing of requests was working and what problems there were. Full report went to small group which was made up of the Transport Area Directors and Alexey Melnikov. May start using mailing list, so that multiple experts can join conversation about requests. Details of changes to the process will be discussed amongst the smaller group this week. Discussion: New Action item: IETF leadership to describe how RFC 7154 applies to the work of experts for IETF-designated protocol parameter registries. Provide updates related to GDPR: Update included in notes below. 3. IANA Services Activity Processed more than 1483 IETF-related requests from October 2017 - February 2018. This includes: Document reviews, registry creations, new registrations, modifications to existing registrations, and deletions. This reporting period was for 5 months as opposed to the normal 4-month period. Added 10 new stand-alone registries since IETF-100 (October 2017- February 2018) Looking at how to report creation of registries within existing URLs. R. Housley had a question regarding one of the new registries created. New Action Item: Send Russ detailed information about xmss-hash-based registry SLA Deliverables: Average cumulative percentage for September 2017-February 2018 was 99.83%. 4. Update on Deliverables and Projects The 2017 Annual Review of Protocol was sent to this group on January 22, 2018. No remediation required. Proposed 2018 SLA was approved via an e-vote by the IAOC. Ready for signature. 5. Discussion Items - Protocol Parameter Queues A small group is working on improvements to the port review process. Will report to IESG results. A. Baber reported the status of media-types to the IESG at the Sunday breakfast meeting. A. Melnikov continues to assist with making improvements to the process and looking at requests that need review. A. Melnikov wants the secondary expert to take a more primary role, with the primary expert adding comments after the initial review. Discussed adding another expert, but second expert pointed out that training took months. May be useful to set up meeting with experts to document more information about what is required as part of an expert review so this can be recorded for future expert use. A. Cooper will talk to Alexey about this. - Satisfaction Survey Oct 2016- Nov 2017 customer survey completed. Low response rate from IESG, as before. Registry accuracy rated as most important factor for IANA performance. Happiness roughly same as recent years (methodology change – inclusion of “not applicable” category – made total satisfaction numbers shift lower). Significantly lower number of participants; reason unclear, unless timing (circa meeting) was an issue. Moving toward adding a post-ticket survey in addition to annual survey. - General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) K. Davies, who has more contact w/legal team, updates the group on ICANN’s activities related to GDPR. IETF leadership, IETF counsel and ICANN folks are meeting later today to discuss GDPR in more detail. For IANA, we don’t set policies for how information is displayed in registries. Generally speaking, there are two registration buckets: 1) public good, defined protocol purpose (i.e. “port 25”; most IETF registrations are like this) 2) assigned to person or legal entity, typically FCFS. We want to avoid collision on these lists; direct them to value if they already have one. Discussion: T. Hardie: As with URI schemes, avoiding collisions is the public good we’re seeking. As with PEN, they won’t collide with other numbers. K. Davies: We can avoid collisions with PEN numbers without saying who has numbers in registry. Analysis needs to be done. J. Arkko: I could take contact info and ask someone “what is this protocol?” K. Davies: We need to capture legitimate business uses so we can defend them. There are probably cases where the RFC tells us to capture data – hopefully minor ones – that can’t be defended. For example, TRIP ITAD RFC requires us to collect postal addresses. Doesn’t say we need to publish. One thing that needs to be clarified: for what purpose is party listed as change controller? People may have slightly different assumptions about this. People making registrations need to know why they’re being listed. Michelle: Per RFC 8126, for FCFS and Expert Review (and sometimes Spec Required) we need a change controller in case the contact disappears and need to know who can authorize changes. Ted: worried that telephony stuff in stir is motivated by regulatory with FCC that require some identification, and which would conflict with GDPR. For early registries, there was likely a government body that said that this data had to be collected. Talk to Jon Peterson or Berger. For early registries, there was likely a government body that said that this data had to be collected. May no longer be salient government body. A. Cooper is sending TRIP author a note. Ted: Do you want us to help you find out which registries require identifying information for which reasons? K. Davies: We need to do an analysis. Have only been discussing this with legal for a few weeks. M. Cotton: We need to inventory the registries that we have for types of contact info. T. Hardie: You will do first-cut analysis, then experts? M. Cotton: Yes K. Davies: We need RFCs to be more disciplined in future about telling us whether we’re collecting or publishing data, and assumptions about why this data is being captured needs to be spelled out. P. Wenze-Danley: RFC Editor is focused on GDPR as required per legitimate expert. There’s no way that they can not have information. They’re not looking at it from consent aspect. IETF tools is looking at identifying where contact information is. Michelle: In future Last Call and Evaluation reviews, we’ll push back on personal information in registries. Action Item: M. Cotton to provide inventory report for Protocol Parameter registries for GDPR/PII - .arpa home.arpa is now in the .arpa zone. Changes to the .arpa domain are needed as .arpa is currently served by the root name servers. A two-phase approach was discussed: 1) renaming name servers serving .arpa to other naming scheme (removes glue conflict when we change the glue); 2) this will take longer: moving authorities to different hosts. Recommended approach is to separate .arpa and root; overlap is historic and not required. Action Item: M. Cotton and K. Davies to write an I-D with the proposed plan. Share with the IAB before posting. - Registry Workflow System Update (K. Davies) K. Davies provided an update on the Registry Workflow System. Prototype of imported data deployed internally for staff review. Corner cases that don’t fit schema identified. Will contact authors/experts and ask whether they can be normalized per our schema, or whether we need to adapt. Aim to share on limited basis with leadership/trusted experts. Beginning work on request submission process with forms generated from the registry fields in the database. More updates will be provided at the IETF meeting in Montreal. - Other Business RSM is the new audit firm for SOC2/SOC3 audits. Director of Technical Services position is now open. KSK rollover update: planned for Oct 11, 2018. Public comment on plans currently underway. Comments open until April 1. - Informal Meeting Schedule In person March 19, 2018 (London) Phone May 21, 2018 (1 week early due to the US Memorial Day Holiday) In person July 16, 2018 (Montreal) Phone September 24, 2018 In person November 26, 2018 (Bangkok) Potential call in April to follow-up on GDPR discussions. Last two weeks of April are retreat weeks. 6. Summary of Action Items Action item: A. Cooper/T. Hardie: Review existing escalation procedures. Determine if there needs to be a new/different process/policy for escalation process for complaints regarding expert reviews. Action item: A. Baber to send R. Housley information on the xmss-hash- based registry Action item: R. Housley to review the Annual Review of Protocol Parameters report, prepare statement, send to the IAOC for approval and posting. Action item: T. Hardie and A. Cooper Discuss potential 8126bis or other document telling community to consider what data to publish in registries. (Privacy considerations when creating registries) Action Item: M. Cotton to provide inventory report for Protocol Parameter registries for GDPR/PII Action item: M. Cotton: Inquire if April call is needed to follow-up on GDPR discussions. Action item: M. Cotton and K. Davies to write an I-D with the proposed plan. Share with the IAB before posting. MEETING MINUTES - END
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3.4. RFC Editor Liaison Report
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RFC Editor Liaison Report RSE - GDPR: A statement regarding personal data handling in the context of GDPR has been reviewed by legal counsel and posted on the RFC Editor website: https://www.rfc-editor.org/gdpr RPC - https://www.rfc-editor.org/report-summary/ Q2 2018 notes: While the number of documents and pages moved to EDIT have slowed so far in Q2, the editors continue to work their way through the Q1 influx. In addition to the heavy queue load, the editors are also working on testing v3-related tools, namely svgcheck, rfclint, and rfc- xmldiff. The RFC Editor has also agreed to partake in an experiment whereby GitHub will be used for AUTH48 processing for draft-ietf-tls- tls13-28 (currently being edited) and draft-ietf-rtcweb-jsep-24 (currently in MISSREF). The usual editorial process will be altered in that all questions will be held until AUTH48, which may elongate AUTH48. As noted for Q1, the RPC has developed a process to check that YANG modules are well formatted and ready to be posted on the IANA website. The RPC continues to work with Martin Bjorklund and the YANG authors to improve the process of preparing and passing module files to IANA for posting on their site.
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The minutes of the 4 April 2018 and the 11 April 2018 business meetings were approved.
5. Action Item Review
The internal action item list was reviewed.
6. Future Tech Plenaries
Allison Mankin reported that she is working to schedule a tech chat with Deirdre Mulligan.
Melinda Shore has scheduled a tech chat with Jon Crowcroft on “The Hub of All Things” for 30 May 2018.
7. Applied Networking Research Workshop
Allison Mankin reported that 40 submissions were received for the ANRW. Allison will work with the chairs to identify topical tracks for the workshop to aid in scheduling it against IETF 102.
8. CCG Appointment
The IAB agreed to extend the call for nominations for the CCG appointment by 4 weeks. Cindy Morgan will update the timeline and send out a notice that the call has been extended.
9. RSOC Appointments
The IAB approved the timeline and text for the call for nominations for the RSOC. Cindy Morgan will send out the call for nominations on 16 May 2018.
10. Feedback from the Independent Stream Editorial Board
The IAB discussed feedback from the Independent Stream Editorial Board on proposed changes to the Independent Stream. The IAB will discuss this further next week when Heather Flanagan is available to join the IAB meeting.
11. ICANN Board Liaison Appointment
The IAB approved Harald Alvestrand as the next liaison to the ICANN Board of Directors via e-vote.
12. Executive Session: Update from the RSSAC Liaison
An update from the IETF’s liaison to RSSAC was discussed in an executive session.