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IPPM Working Group Chairs: –Henk Uijterwaal –Matt Zekauskas Email: –email@example.com –firstname.lastname@example.org –https://www1.ietf.org/mailman/listinfo/ippm
Agenda 1. Administrativia (chairs, 5) 2. Status of milestones and drafts not discussed today. (Chairs, 10) 3. Mlabs/Matt Mathis 4. TWAMP extensions. (5' each) 1.Mixed Mode Extension for TWAMP (Hedayat and Morton) 2.TWAMP Reflect Padding Feature (Morton and Ciavattone) 3.Individual Session Control Feature for TWAMP (Chiba and Morton)
Agenda (3) 8. Establish editorial team to work on the metrics-test document (20) 9. Liaison Report from SG12, Question 17 on Packet Performance (5) 10. AOB
Status of drafts not discussed today Traceroute draft: RFC 5388 Packet Delay Variation AS: RFC 5481 Duplicate draft: On IESG Stack Multimetrics draft: On WG chairs stack More TWAMP: WGLC until 31/3
Milestones (Red=New) Mar 2009 Assemble editorial team to work on the process draft Mar 2009 -00 version of SLA validation draft Apr 2009 Submit draft on spatial composition of metrics to the IESG Apr 2009 Submit draft on Temporal Aggregation of Metrics to the IESG Apr 2009 Submit draft on spatial decomposition and multicast metrics to the IESG Apr 2009 Submit "more TWAMP" draft to IESG Jun 2009 Initial version of process draft Nov 2009 Submit other TWAMP extensions draft to IESG. Dec 2009 Final version of process draft Mar 2010 Implementation report based on process draft Jun 2010 Revise charter
Editorial Team/Introduction The working group will advance these metrics along the standards track within the IETF. The WG will document the process of moving documents along the standards track. As this process is likely to be needed by other groups as well (in particular BMWG, PMOL), the group will collaborate with other groups in order to ensure that there is consensus amongst all groups expected to use the process.
Editorial Team Need a process to advance metrics along the standards track Steps: –Initial draft June 2009 –Final version December 2009 –Implementation reports using the draft: March 2010
Editorial Team Assemble a team to work on this draft –Volunteers (3-5) –Editor (1) –Ask folks at PMOL and BMWG Existing work: –draft-bradner-metricstest-03.txt –draft-ietf-ippm-implement-02.txt Discussion