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W3C & IETF | WebRTC – Joint Face to Face Meeting

There might be a joint IETF/W3C WebRTC F2F meeting in May, somewhere on the North American East Coast.

From the W3C Chairs…

——

There has been some feedback on the dates. We propose to shift the
potential f2f meeting one day earlier to reduce the overlap with a 3GPP
meeting.

The proposed dates for the meeting is therefore 19-21 of May (Mon-Wed).

Stefan for the chairs

On 2014-01-29 09:20, Stefan Håkansson LK wrote:
> Hi all – and sorry for cross-posting!
>
> The chairs of the WebRTC WG (and the Media Capture TF) and the chairs of
> the IETF rtcweb WG are considering an joint f2f meeting. The dates we
> chairs have arrived on as feasible are May 20-22 (Tue-Thu). We are
> considering to split up the time between W3C and IETF across all three
> days. We have not yet discussed how to split the W3C time between WebRTC
> and the Media Capture TF at all yet (and perhaps we end up in focusing
> on the WebRTC WG since that part would probably benefit most from a
> joint meeting with the IETF rtcweb WG).
>
>
> The message at this stage is: please take note of these dates in your
> calendar now.
>
> The target region for this interim would be East Coast of North America,
> but we have at this stage no host or set location. If you are willing to
> host, please contact the chairs.
>
> We haven’t decided on this f2f meeting yet, and appreciate your input
> into holding one. The goals of the meeting would be to advanced the
> state of the core documents we need to finish up.
>
> Stefan for the chairs
>

IETF 89 | RTCWEB – Draft Agenda

The next IETF meeting will be held in London, England

March 2-7, 2014

Meeting Venue:
Hilton London Metropole
225 Edgware Road
London, UK W2 1JU
Tel: +44 207 402 4141

Here is the draft agenda for RTCWEB as sent from the Working Group chairs today…

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Here is very rough draft of what we currently have on the agenda.

Note that the first hour of wed conflicts with some transport stuff.

Thanks, the chairs

 

Draft Agenda Version 1

Tuesday 9 -11:30

Chair Admin: (chairs) – 10 min

Data Channel: (who ???) – 80 min
draft-ietf-rtcweb-data-channel
draft-ietf-rtcweb-data-protocol
<Need Open Issues Here>

Transports – Harald – 45 min
draft-ietf-rtcweb-transports
– The appropriate form of the reference to draft-dhesikan
– MUST support ALTERNATE-SERVER
– MUST, SHOULD or MAY on TURN TCP candidates
– MUST, SHOULD or MAY on ICE TCP candidates
– Whether this draft should have normative references on anything SDP-related (which, conceptually, are above the transport level).

Stun/DTLS heartbeat discussion: Dan Wing – 15 min
draft-ietf-rtcweb-stun-consent-freshness

Wed 9-11:30

Chair Admin: (chairs) – 5 min

JSEP: Justin – 90 min
draft-ietf-rtcweb-jsep

Update from RMCAT – RMCAT Chairs – 10 min

Sec / Sec Arch: Eric Rescorla – 30 min
draft-ietf-rtcweb-security
draft-ietf-rtcweb-security-arch

RTP usage: Colin -15 min
draft-ietf-rtcweb-rtp-usage
– Prepared for WG Last Call – Issues with latest changes?

NAT-Firewall: Still trying to resolve what parts of this are in this WG –  Andy  ( ?? minutes)
draft-hutton-rtcweb-nat-firewall-considerations-03

The first ORCA CG meeting!

Here are the ORCA Community Group meeting details for our very first CG meeting.

Time: Thursday, February 20, 2014 10am Pacific (UTC−08:00)

Location: Hangouts

Agenda
===============
• Introduction to the CG
• Quick review of progress to date
• Overview of meeting objectives
– Existing proposals review
– New proposals & review
– API discussion
• Closing remarks
• Action items

NOTE: If you are on the public mail list but have not yet joined the Community Group but would like to attend the meeting you may certainly do so. However, if you are planning on making a contribution you will need to join the CG and make those contributions on the mail list.

Here is the link to the current CG participants and a link to join:
http://www.w3.org/community/orca/participants

Looking forward to seeing you!
/Erik

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