Proposal to export gssapi context
jhutz at cmu.edu
Wed Mar 10 23:18:58 EST 2004
Followups to ietf-kitten at grand.central.org, please.
On Wednesday, March 10, 2004 11:47:01 -0600 Nicolas Williams
<Nicolas.Williams at sun.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 10, 2004 at 06:41:54PM +0100, Martin Rex wrote:
>> Could we please call anything in that direction an optional extension
>> to GSS-API that doesn't change the existing base spec in any way?
> I think a KITTEN mailing list will likely be available soon. We should
> move this discussion there then.
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> The immediate goal is to have a BoF at the 60th IETF on the creation of
> a new WG, KITTEN, child of CAT. Some of us have a significant list of
> possible work items for the new WG.
> We should figure out whether there's enough interest in or work for such
> a WG, work on a charter, search for a chair and all that before we dive
> into specific proposals' technical details.
Just from the past few days, it's clear to me that we have enough interest
to hold a BOF. I agree that the next step should be to try to determine
approximately what we think the scope of the proposed WG should be, and
come up with a specific list of work items -- in other words, work on a
proposed charter. Once we have a better idea of these things, we can ask
the security AD's for approval to hold a BOF in San Diego.
Approval for forming a working group and of the exact charter will be up to
the IESG, likely based on the results of the BOF. If a working group is
formed, the responsible Area Directors will select a chair (I'll be happy
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Carnegie Mellon University - Pittsburgh, PA
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