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DASL Update

From: Alex Hopmann <hopmann@holonet.net>
Date: Mon, 9 Feb 1998 15:19:17 -0800
Message-ID: <008801bd35b1$26df64e0$07ed379d@feather.dns.microsoft.com>
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Just a few updates on the afternoon before our upcoming meeting.

First of all, after much discussion since the Washington DC meeting, we have proposals for:

Working group chair: Alex Hopmann (Microsoft)
Requirements Document Authors: Saveen Reddy (Microsoft), Judith Slein (Xerox)
Protocol Document Editor: Rick Henderson (Netscape)
Protocol Document Authors: Del Jensen (Novell), Saveen Reddy (Microsoft), Rick Henderson (Netscape), others TBD...

Please keep in mind that the above are currently proposals. If you have any concerns, objections, or feel like volunteering for lots of hard work, please bring it up tomorrow, email the list, Jim Whitehead, or me. The main point is, let us know soon so we can get this process moving forward.

Proposed Agenda for tomorrow's BOF. All times are approximate. I've been asked to have things wrap up fairly early so people have time to make it to the airport, but if everyone can stay past 4, I'm sure we will have productive work to do.

*** EVERYONE. Please read draft-reddy-dasl-requirements-01.txt if at all possible before tomorrow. I will bring printouts anyway.

9:00 am Welcome & Agenda
9:30 am Discuss proposed working group charter
10:00 am Presentation of current requirements Internet Draft (ftp://ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-reddy-dasl-requirements-01.txt)
10:30 am Break
10:45 am Presentation on STARTS (Keven Chang, Stanford)
11:00 am Presentation on DMA (Chuck Fay, Filenet)
11:15 am Presentation on other Internet search work
11:30 am Discussion of requirements draft
12:00 noon Lunch
1:00 pm Discussion of requirements draft
2:45 pm Break
3:00 pm Presentation of protocol "sketch"
3:15 pm Discussion of protocol
4:00 pm End of meeting

I will also bring an "issues list" tomorrow to add additional structure to the discussion on requirements. I know its a little early to have a clear picture of what the issues are so far since we have not had any discussion yet, but I've got a pretty good idea of the sort of things that are going to be good topics for discussion.

Alex Hopmann
Microsoft Corporation
Received on Monday, 9 February 1998 18:32:27 UTC

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