meeting announcement: 6 October 2004
James M Galvin
galvin at elistx.com
Mon Oct 4 17:09:33 EDT 2004
This meeting will be held at the usual time of:
1200 Los Angeles, San Francisco
0400 Tokyo (the next day)
0500 Melbourne (the next day)
The teleconference logistics are as follows.
USA Toll Free Number: +1 888-391-6574
USA Toll Number: +1-517-308-9013
LEADER: JAMES GALVIN
The passcode and the leader's name will be required to join the call.
20040922 Olaf Kolkman to summarize discussion on namedroppers (with
pointers) regarding algorithm rollover in DNSSEC.
20040908 Ralph Droms is leading an effort to produce a document
suitable for organizations to evaluate the need to deploy
DNSSEC and to include a typical deployment plan.
20040818 Bill Manning to put together a short description of how to
contact the TLDs, along with a schedule, regarding their position on
NSEC zone walking and whether they would commit to supporting DNSSEC
if the requirements yet to be specified were met.
20040811 Matt Larson to get all the presentations from the DNSSEC
consortium meeting organized by Verisign at the San Diego IETF.
20040811 Steve Crocker to send to the mailing list the committees
and assignments developed during the impromptu meeting at the San
20040728 Bill Manning to draft desired relationship between ICANN
and TLDs in the context of key management for DNSSEC.
Steve Crocker and team to continue work on the deployment roadmap.
-- Status update for each ACTION ITEM from responsible person
-- Meeting and Presentation Logistics
There a number of upcoming meetings and presentations.
-- Discussion of draft deployment roadmap
Steve Crocker will distribute a revised draft before the meeting.
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