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Chartered Work Item Status Jul 2009Delivering request-URI and parameters to UAS via proxy Discussing Today Jul 2009INFO package frameworkWGLC just finished Aug 2009Termination of early dialog prior to final responseWGLC done Aug 2009Location Conveyance with SIPIn WGLC until Aug 7 Sep 2009Essential corrections to RFC 3261 (1st batch)See Next Slide Oct 2009Example security flowsNeeds Review Oct 2009Extension for use in etags in conditional notification IESG needs changes Dec 2009SIP Events throttling mechanismLight ML Discussion Dec 2009Mechanism for indicating support for keep-alivesDiscussing Today Dec 2009Error corrections and clarifications to RFC3265Discussing Today Jan 2010Presence Scaling RequirementsAD Evaluation
Essential Corrections: To Be or Not To Be Originally anticipated 3 to 4 essential corrections documents a year, published in annual bundles. Actual frequency of documents has been much, much lower. Current candidate documents are at radically different levels of maturity. Chairs called the question on the list of whether we should abandon EC process in favor of progressing drafts independently Preliminary messages indicate support for advancing independently, but not enough discussion to declare consensus