kyoto program committee meeting summary: 23 December 2004
James M Galvin
galvin at elistx.com
Fri Dec 24 11:59:40 EST 2004
DNSSEC Deployment Working Group - Kyoto Program Committee Sub-Group
23 December 2004
-- Kyoto Program Committee Meeting
We need to engage the local community. There were three individuals
from JPRS in the San Diego and Washington DC IETF meetings. Steve
Crocker has their contact information and the action to contact them.
What are some of the things we need to do at this meeting with respect
to topics and people?
* Input from the region about things they have done and lessons learned.
This may be difficult since there is not a lot of momentum visible
with respect to DNSSEC.
* Need some motivational, "rah rah" presentations and discussion
* IDN is important to this region.
* ENUM is important. We should try to leverage that.
It is tied to broad deployment of cell phones and VOIP in the more
developed areas of Japan, Singapore, and Korea.
Patrik Falstrom has done some deployment of DNSSEC in the context of
We need to keep in mind that this audience is more of an attentive,
listening audience than it is an interactive one.
APRICOT is an operator forum but there is some mix of the old INTEROP so
vendors are present. There is some technical discussion but there is a
lot of education that occurs.
Steve still has not had direct contact with the Secretariat for the
overall meeting. This is a concern given that the meeting is now less
than two months away.
Sam Weiler and Allison Mankin "volunteered" to serve as "Vice-Chairs"
with Steve to manage the preparation of this program.
* Contact Orange and others at JPRS
* Ask Ram Mohan for suggestion for someone from India
* Find a contact from Beijing
* Push on Tom Vest and Bill Manning to confirm local arrangements and
* Check some previous Korean contacts he had to see if he can suggest
someone to participate with us.
* Ask George Michaelson if he has any suggestions for participants from
the local community.
* Contact Patrik Falstrom about ENUM.
* Create first draft of agenda with what's known and open actions
Next meeting will be Monday, 27 December 2004 at 1500 UTC.
More information about the Dnssec-deployment