Tomorrow (the 4th) at 9:30am Pacific (4:30pm UTC) is May's multicast-cg meeting

Hi multicast-cg,

Tomorrow's meeting will be at 4:30pm UTC (9:30am Pacific time), I
hope to see you then.

Proposed agenda:

- 5 min: welcome and agenda-bash
- 30-45 min: Status update & discussion
  - We had a very productive month.  Max Franke, Léo Sarrazin, Kyle
    Rose, and I all got together for a working session based on this
    doc (and its references) as a starting point:

  - We made and assigned several issues in a github fork of quiche
    (Google's QUIC implementation, linked from the doc) and have been
    working toward an increasingly viable-looking target of having a
    demo and draft spec (also linked from the doc) ready for a decent
    discussion in July.  No guarantees, but it's a promising start.
  - We met again a week after the initial working session, and I think
    we'll continue weekly for the near future if that works for people,
    but that's open for discussion.
  - also hit a case that was crashing amtgw, so I had a chance to find
    a couple of problems.  If you're using it, updating the image by
    running "docker pull grumpyoldtroll/amtgw:latest" might make it more
    robust.  I made an issue for it this time so people could review if
    they wanted:

- 10 min: Next Steps



Meeting coordinates:

Monthly Multicast W3C Community Group Meeting
Hosted by Jake Holland

Wednesday, May 4, 2022 9:30 am | 1 hour | (UTC-07:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Occurs the first Wednesday of every month effective 1/5/2022 from 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM, (UTC-07:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
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Agenda: Recurring monthly meeting for W3C Multicast Community Group (

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- Agenda-bashing
- Present updates since prior month
- Discuss next steps
- Schedule a working session to work on the next steps (usually)

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Received on Tuesday, 3 May 2022 16:32:41 UTC