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CHallenges for Internet Resilience (proto-)Program: The IAB are discussing formation of an IAB program on this topic. For the present this list is for informal initial discussions, partly to see if the topic has enough meaty work that people want to (and do:-) do.
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Evolvability, Deployability, & Maintainability (Proposed) Program: The IAB are discussing formation of an IAB program on this topic. For the present this list is for informal initial discussions on Evolvability, Deployability, & Maintainability.
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This list is for open discussion of internationalization in the Internet architecture.
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The model-t list is for discussions of changes in Internet deployment patterns and their impact on the Internet threat model, and to develop advice for designing, implementing and deploying Internet protocols in ways that account for these changes. Output may eventually be contributed to the IETF consensus process if the IETF believes an update to BCP 72/RFC 3552 is warranted and thus ought be consistent with related IETF consensus positions, such as BCP 188 and BCP 200.
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