TIME CHANGE: meeting announcement: 13 April 2005
James M Galvin
galvin at elistx.com
Mon Apr 11 18:07:13 EDT 2005
NOTE WELL: The US is now observing daylight savings time but we are
keeping the meeting at 2pm Eastern. Thus, the time of this meeting
will change for many of you.
This meeting will be held at the usual time of:
1200 Los Angeles, San Francisco
1900 UTC (** TIME CHANGE **)
2100 Netherlands (** TIME CHANGE **)
0400 Tokyo (the next day) (** TIME CHANGE **)
0500 Melbourne (the next day) (** TIME CHANGE **)
The usual teleconference logistics are as follows. These do not change.
You will hear music until the moderator joins (that would be me).
USA Toll Free Number: +1 888-221-7341
USA Toll Number: +1 973-935-2305
Leader: James Galvin
employed by ICANN if speaking to an operator
Jabber: dnssec-deployment at conference.jabber.org
This is a public room.
If your phone does not have a mute capability you can use "*6" to
mute and unmute your connection.
1. ISC SIP Bridge - contact me for SIP identifiers
-- Meeting during the CENTR meeting
We may have an opportunity to discuss DNSSEC privacy issues at the
CENTR meeting. Is this something we want to do and can we get
organized in time? Note the CENTR meeting is in Stockholm from May
2 to 6.
-- DNS Cache Poisoning
There is active cache poisoning in progress on the Internet. There
are at least two questions for the working group to consider:
* Where and how does DNSSEC help mitigate this problem?
* Does this change our deployment story, i.e., the urgency and
feasibility of deployment?
Since this issue is getting a fair amount of press coverage now is a
good time to be talking about how DNSSEC helps if we can accurately
describe its use. This would also make a nice addition to our
collection of DNSSEC use cases.
The following documentation is required reading in preparation
for this discussion:
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