Presentation on theme: "XCON Framework Overview & Issues Editors: Mary Barnes Chris Boulton"— Presentation transcript:
XCON Framework Overview & Issues Editors: Mary Barnes (firstname.lastname@example.org)email@example.com Chris Boulton (firstname.lastname@example.org)email@example.com Orit Levin (firstname.lastname@example.org) XCON WG IETF-65 Meeting Dallas, TX, March 2006
1 draft-ietf-xcon-framework-03 Mar, 2006 Overview Updates since IETF-64 Summary of Open Issues Additional Work items Way Forward
2 draft-ietf-xcon-framework-03 Mar, 2006 Updates (-03) Added detailed scenario/diagram for sidebars (section 9.4) Replaced Editor’s notes with initial content, per past mailing list feedback and discussion: Whisper/private messaging (section 9.5) Conference announcements and recordings (section 9.6) Primary changes involved resolution of discussion points around the format of the data: Clarification of terminology and functionality related to blueprints, templates and common conference information.
3 draft-ietf-xcon-framework-03 Mar, 2006 Updates (-03) - Issues resolved – DP4/4.1 DP4/4.1: Is the template in the same object as the common conference information (i.e. "in") or is it a separate object (i.e."out")? Resolution: The blueprint comprises both the common conference information and a (single) template. The template within the blueprint can either be included by-value or by-reference depending upon the system implementation. Added appropriate text to 7.3 and expanded the definition of Blueprint.
4 draft-ietf-xcon-framework-03 Mar, 2006 Updates (-03) - Issues resolved – DP4.2 & 4.3 DP 4.2: Can clients dynamically use new templates or do new templates require new SW in clients? Resolution: Adding new elements or modifying elements requires the definition of a new template. Added appropriate text to section 5.2. DP 4.3: Can a blueprint contain more than one template? Resolution: No. A blueprint is common conference information + one template. Added appropriate text in section 7.3 and mention that multiple templates are FFS.
5 draft-ietf-xcon-framework-03 Mar, 2006 DP5: State and Policy Manipulation Protocol(s) Three protocols on the table: CSCP, CCCP, COMP/CCMP CSCP – based on BFCP CCCP – new protocol CCMP/COMP – based on SOAP To be discussed as a separate agenda item. Open Issue – DP5
6 draft-ietf-xcon-framework-03 Mar, 2006 Open Issue – Roles Currently, role is defined in both the common conference information and the templates. Proposal: Given that the agreement is that there is always a template (e.g., default) associated with a blueprint, it would now seem reasonable to have the role defined by the templates, rather than as part of the common conference information. Further discussion on this topic to continue on the mailing list, wrt the separate roles document and templates.
7 draft-ietf-xcon-framework-03 Mar, 2006 Additional work to complete Framework Include the resolution of the way forward on the conference control protocol. Definition for whisper. Consistent with current proposal in section 9.5 Additional detail in section 9: Include more detail (i.e., example diagrams) for whisper. Include more detail for announcements/recording. Add additional scenarios/flows to highlight how the XCON functional elements work together and more importantly how a UA interfaces to the elements to achieve the desired functionality OR should we leave that for a separate scenarios doc, which comprises more details of the protocol, templates, etc? URI schemas for new conference object and conference user identifiers, currently in the appendix, need to be described in new, separate documents.
8 draft-ietf-xcon-framework-03 Mar, 2006 Way Forward Any additional WG feedback on open issues and proposed changes should be provided ASAP. Once resolution of open issues is agreed, Framework document can be completed.