Sudhin Jacob | 27 Jun 06:00 2016
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: REG: Taxi fare from Tegel Airport to IETF Venue

 
Hi All,
 
Could you please let me know the taxi fare  from Tegel Airport Berlin  to IETF Venue. The google map says 4 miles. Is there any City buses available from airport round the clock What will be the tariff.
 
Regards,
Sudhin
 
Joseph Lorenzo Hall | 24 Jun 21:27 2016

side event Wed. 20 July at IETF 96: "Open Debate on the Politics of Encryption"

Dear IETFers,

Wikimedia Germany and the Global Public Policy Insitute will be hosting
the following event on Wednesday evening of IETF week.

(Yes, it is scheduled during the IETF plenary on Wednesday evening. We
hope some of you might make it regardless as it's only 15m away from the
IETF venue.)

RSVP required. best, Joe

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Open Debate on the Politics of Encryption

In modern democracies, societies are built not only on checks and
balances but also on the notion of trust. In the digital age, trust is
strengthened through a variety of technologies that provide for online
privacy and security. Encryption technologies are one key example. They
allow users to securely communicate and do business online, and to
protect data on a computer, a phone or in the cloud. However, those
technologies are also available for less benevolent purposes, providing
criminals with means to protect their communication and data. This has
put encryption at the centre of a debate on the tension between online
security and the notion of national security. Even after years of
struggles - most recently between the FBI and Apple - battle lines
remain murky, and key questions unanswered.

Are law enforcement agencies really "going dark"? Should (and can)
societies make any compromises on the use of encryption technologies?
What are the ethical obligations for the technical and academic
communities? If multistakeholder institutions, such as the IETF, set
standards on encryption that will be adopted broadly, how does
multistakeholder governance impact best practices, the development and
the implementation of such standards? What effect had the Snowden
disclosures on IETF processes? If we accept the broad and easy use of
encryption technologies, should government agencies have other tools at
hand to fight criminals? And finally, where do we stand on this debate
in Germany and what can we do to help define a united European position?

On Wednesday, 20 July 2016 - on the occasion of this year's IETF meeting
being held in Berlin - we will address these and similar questions in an
open debate on the politics of encryption. The discussion will be
launched by a conversation between Joe Hall (Center for Democracy &
Technology, CDT), Linus Neumann (Chaos Computer Club, CCC) and Christine
Runnegar (tbc; Internet Society, ISOC), and moderated by Mirko Hohmann
(Global Public Policy Institute, GPPi).

All guests and participants are invited to join the debate and to openly
discuss the role that civil society and the technical community could
and should play in defining our approach to encryption technologies, and
more widely in Internet policy and governance.

The discussion will be held in English.

When:
Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Programme:

18:30 - Arrival and welcoming snack
19:00 - Panel discussion
19:45 - Open debate with all guests
20:30 - Food, drinks and networking

Where:
Wikimedia Germany
Tempelhofer Ufer 23/24 - 10963 Berlin
Room Mosaik

The meeting is the second in a series of events that aims to bring
together different actors from civil society and academia who are
interested in international internet policy and its impact on the
national level. These networking meetings will take place three times
per year, in Berlin, Germany. They are organised by several civil
society groups and academic institutions, including the Global Internet
Governance Academic Network (GigaNet), Medienstadt Leipzig e.V., the WZB
Berlin Social Science Center, the Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi),
the IGF academy and the German section of the Internet Governance Forum
(IGF-D). All stakeholder groups are welcome to join the meetings. This
series of events is supported by ICANN and Wikimedia Germany.

Please contact us for suggestions regarding potential future topics.

Participation is free but registration is required. RSVP via email to:

Lorena Jaume-Palasi: l.jaume-palasi <at> irights-lab.de
Julia Pohle: julia.pohle <at> wzb.eu

--

-- 
Joseph Lorenzo Hall
Chief Technologist, Center for Democracy & Technology [https://www.cdt.org]
1401 K ST NW STE 200, Washington DC 20005-3497
e: joe <at> cdt.org, p: 202.407.8825, pgp: https://josephhall.org/gpg-key
Fingerprint: 3CA2 8D7B 9F6D DBD3 4B10  1607 5F86 6987 40A9 A871

Charles Eckel (eckelcu | 24 Jun 18:38 2016
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FW: [hackathon] Reminder - Need to register separately for hackathon

FYI for those planning to join in the IETF hackathon July 16-17.

From: hackathon <hackathon-bounces <at> ietf.org> on behalf of Charles Eckel <eckelcu <at> cisco.com>
Date: Friday, June 24, 2016 at 9:27 AM
To: "hackathon <at> ietf.org" <hackathon <at> ietf.org>
Subject: [hackathon] Reminder - Need to register separately for hackathon

Hey Folks,

Just a friendly reminder, registration for the hackathon, though free, is required if you want to participate. This is true whether you are championing a project or planning to help with an existing project. Registration for the hackathon does NOT occur automatically as a result of registering of the IETF meeting nor is registration for the IETF meeting required to register for and participate in the hackathon.

Space, food, and beer qualities are all tied to the number of registrations, so its best for everyone if we have complete and accurate count of who is attending asap. Note, you can always edit and/or cancel your registration if plans change.

More info and registration links available here:

Cheers,
Charles


 
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IETF Agenda | 24 Jun 18:28 2016
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IETF 96 FInal Agenda

IETF 96 - Berlin, Germany
July 17-22, 2016

The final agenda is now available.

https://datatracker.ietf.org/meeting/96/agenda.html
https://datatracker.ietf.org/meeting/96/agenda.txt

While this is considered the final agenda for printing, changes may be made to the agenda up until and during
the meeting. Updates will be reflected on the web versions of the agenda. 

Information about IETF 96 in Berlin can be found here: https://www.ietf.org/meeting/96/index.html

IETF Secretariat | 24 Jun 11:47 2016
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IETF 96 Social Event Tickets Now Available!

IETF 96
Berlin, Germany
July 17-22, 2016
Host: Juniper Networks

Social Event tickets are now available for purchase!

Date: Tuesday, 19 July 2016
Time: 18:30 - 22:00
Cost: $35 USD per ticket, limit two per attendee. Children 12 and under are free. 
Hosted by: Juniper Networks
Location: Great Orangerie, Charlottenburg Palace

Link to purchase tickets: https://www.ietf.org/registration/ietf96/eventticket.py

Enjoy one of Berlin’s most beautiful attractions while
enjoying a Buffet style dinner at the Great Orangerie in
Charlottenburg Palace. Charlottenburg Palace appears on many of
the Top Ten Attractions for visitors to Berlin, while the
magnificent Great Orangerie is home to many classical music
concerts. If the weather cooperates, guests will also enjoy the
wonderful outdoor garden. The Palace was originally built about
1699 by Sophie Charlotte, wife of Frederich III. After
Charlotte’s death, the Palace was named in her honor. Beer, wine,
and non-alcoholic beverages along with a wonderful selection of
German cuisine and other foods have been carefully chosen by the
caterer to provide a great choice for all. Special attention has
been paid to those with various dietary restrictions.
Transportation to and from the Charlottenburg Palace will be
provided.

Timeline:
• 18:15-20:00 Buses depart from the InterContinental Hotel to Great Orangerie, Charlottenburg Palace
• 18:30-22:00 Social Event and Buffet Dinner
• 20:30-22:30 Buses return to InterContinental Hotel from Great Orangerie, Charlottenburg Palace
• 22:30 Last call for Bus Return to InterContinental Hotel

More information about the IETF 96 social event: http://ietf.org/meeting/96/social-event.html

Only 22 days until IETF 96 in Berlin!

narten | 24 Jun 06:53 2016
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John Kristoff | 22 Jun 03:33 2016
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Re: Last Call: <draft-ietf-grow-blackholing-00.txt> (BLACKHOLE BGP Community for Blackholing) to Proposed Standard

On Wed, 22 Jun 2016 00:24:19 +0000
Michel Py <michel <at> arneill-py.sacramento.ca.us> wrote:

> Let's look at a real-world example : Team Cymru's UTRS.
> https://www.cymru.com/jtk/misc/utrs.html

Hello.  :-)  For those that hadn't heard, I've recently left Team
Cymru just a few weeks ago, but can obviously speak to that project
that is still running as I did briefly at the security track at NANOG
67.

> I foresee that IXPs and other organizations who would adopt the
> BLACKHOLE community would put limits just the same as UTRS does. At
> 25 routes per participant, the mitigation of a DDOS potentially
> coming from thousands of IP addresses is limited. I totally
> understand the reasons to permit only 25 (or n) blackholes routes. 

That was admittedly an arbitrary limit.  One potential peer had said
they would need the max to be at least a few hundred.  This person was
from a DDoS mitigation company unsurprisingly.

> That is the point : there are no knobs to turn with only one
> community; IMHO, it would be better to have ASN:666 (with ASN being
> the source AS for the blackhole prefix _or_ the AS of the IXP) and
> even better to standardize more granularity about the reason for
> being blackholed. AS:666 : blackhole AS:6601 : blackhole because of
> spam AS:6602 : blackhole because of ssh brute-force attack .....

UTRS had started with community tag ending in :666, but then at the
suggestion of discussion on the list, we opted to set the default to
local_asn:0 where local_asn is the asn of the announcing network and
the 0 being the default value, but with potential future use of it to
signify a remote peer with which action is directed.  I don't think it
would it was likely I would have gotten around to implementing anything
like that soon, but it at least prepared us for that potential
flexibility.

John

Richard Shockey | 19 Jun 03:00 2016
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IMHO we really need a discussion of this imaginative proposal.


http://www.foaas.com/

Certainly a BOF. < grin>  Or at least invite these fine folks from New Zealand to submit a draft. Date to be
determined. April 1??? !!!

I certainly see multiple applications certainly in SIP as a SIP 4xx Client failure response.  :_)))))  to
augment our STIR work??? 

— 
Richard Shockey
Shockey Consulting LLC
Chairman of the Board SIP Forum
www.shockey.us
www.sipforum.org
richard<at>shockey.us
Skype-Linkedin-Facebook rshockey101
PSTN +1 703-593-2683

S Moonesamy | 18 Jun 09:00 2016

Re: Facilitators experiment

Hello,
At 11:21 13-06-2016, Doug Ewell wrote:
>Speaking as an IETF outsider (2 RFCs, acknowledged in some others, but
>no meetings) who has nevertheless followed the Singapore thread, I think
>this effort may be limited to the extent people are even aware they are
>starting a new topic. Most of the topic changes in the thread were
>gradual segues rather than abrupt shifts.

That is a good point.

I received another reply.  One of the points in the reply was that it 
is "intrusive to have [the facilitator] individually emailing people 
to ask them to change the header every time they fail to do so".

As the suggestion at 
http://www.ietf.org/mail-archive/web/ietf/current/msg98649.html does 
not match the expectations of ietf <at> ietf.org subscribers, it is better 
not to try it.

Regards,
S. Moonesamy 

Eggert, Lars | 17 Jun 09:38 2016
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Call for Participation: ACM, IRTF & ISOC Applied Networking Research Workshop 2016

    ACM, IRTF & ISOC Applied Networking Research Workshop 2016

                        Berlin, Germany
                    Saturday, July 16, 2016
                  https://irtf.org/anrw/2016/

*** CALL FOR PARTICIPATION ***

The inaugural ACM, IRTF & ISOC Applied Networking Research Workshop
2016 (ANRW’16) is an academic workshop that provides a forum for
researchers, vendors, network operators and the Internet standards
community to present and discuss emerging results in applied
networking research. It is sponsored by ACM SIGCOMM, the Internet
Research Task Force (IRTF ) and the Internet Society (ISOC).

The ANRW ‘16 takes place on Saturday, July 16, 2016 in the
Charlottenburg II/III room at the venue of the IETF-96 meeting, the
InterContinental Berlin. This academic workshop is open to all; the
registration fee is $100 USD. See
https://irtf.org/anrw/2016/attend.html for details.

Student travel grants available; deadline June 24, 2016 (hard).
See https://irtf.org/anrw/2016/travelgrants.html for details.

------------------------------------------------------------------------

*** PRELIMINARY PROGRAM ***
https://irtf.org/anrw/2016/program.html

SESSION: MULTIPATH

An enhanced socket API for Multipath TCP. [Full Paper]
Benjamin Hesmans (UCL) and Olivier Bonaventure.

Multipath bonding at Layer 3. [Full Paper]

Maciej Bednarek (ETH Zurich), Guillermo Barrenetxea Kobas (Swisscom),
Mirja Kühlewind (ETH Zurich), and Brian Trammell (ETH Zurich).

Towards a Multipath TCP Aware Load Balancer. [Short Paper]
Simon Liénardy (Université de Liège) and Benoit Donnet (Université de
Liège).

Multi-Homed on a Single Link: Using Multiple IPv6 Access Networks.
[Short Paper]
Philipp S. Tiesel (TU-Berlin), Bernd May (TU-Berlin), and Anja
Feldmann (TU-Berlin).

------------------------------------------------------------------------
SESSION: SDN, ROUTING AND PEERING

Towards Decentralized Fast Consistent Updates. [Full Paper]
Thanh Dang Nguyen (Université catholique de Louvain), Marco Chiesa
(Université catholique de Louvain), and Marco Canini (Université
catholique de Louvain).

Composition of SDN applications: Options/challenges for real
implementations. [Full Paper]
Arne Schwabe (University of Paderborn), Pedro A. Aranda Gutiérrez
(Telefónica I+D), and Holger Karl (University of Paderborn).

SIXPACK: Securing Internet eXchange Points Against Curious onlooKers.
[Short Paper]
Marco Chiesa (Universite catholique de Louvain), Daniel Demmler
(Technische Universitat Darmstadt), Marco Canini (Universite
catholique de Louvain), Michael Schapira (Hebrew University of
Jerusalem), and Thomas Schneider (Technische Universitat Darmstadt).

Computing Customer Cones of Peering Networks. [Short Paper]
Jinu Susan Varghese (Iowa State University) and Lu Ruan (Iowa State
University).

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SESSION: TRANSPORT QUALITY AND “HAPPY EYEBALLS”

Measuring the Effects of Happy Eyeballs. [Full Paper]
Vaibhav Bajpai (Jacobs University Bremen) and Jürgen Schönwälder
(Jacobs University Bremen).

On the Cost of Using Happy Eyeballs for Transport Protocol Selection.
[Full Paper]
Giorgos Papastergiou (Simula Research Laboratory), Karl-Johan Grinnemo
(Karlstad University), Anna Brunstrom (Karlstad University), David Ros
(Simula Research Laboratory), Michael Tüxen (Fachhochschule Münster),
Naeem Khademi (University of Oslo), and Per Hurtig (Karlstad
University).

Start Me Up: Determining and Sharing TCP’s Initial Congestion Window.
[Short Paper]
Safiqul Islam (University of Oslo) and Michael Welzl (University of
Oslo).

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SESSION: MEASUREMENT

Revisiting Benchmarking Methodology for Interconnect Devices.
[Full Paper]
Daniel Raumer (Technical University of Munich), Sebastian Gallenmüller
(Technical University of Munich), Florian Wohlfart (Technical
University of Munich), Paul Emmerich (Technical University of Munich),
Patrick Werneck (Technical University of Munich), and Georg Carle
(Technical University of Munich).

PATHspider: A tool for active measurement of path transparency.
[Short Paper]
Iain R. Learmonth (University of Aberdeen), Brian Trammell (ETH
Zurich), Mirja Kuhlewind (ETH Zurich), and Gorry Fairhurst (University
of Aberdeen).

Diurnal and Weekly Cycles in IPv6 Traffic. [Short Paper]
Stephen D. Strowes (Yahoo).

How to say that you’re special: Can we use bits in the IPv4 header?
[Short Paper]
Runa Barik (University of Oslo, Norway), Michael Welzl (University of
Oslo, Norway), and Ahmed Elmokashfi (Simula Research Laboratory,
Norway).

Towards an Observatory for Network Transparency Research. [Short Paper]

Stephan Neuhaus (Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften),
Korian Edeline (Université de Liège), Benoit Donnet (Université de
Liège), and Elio Gubser (ETH Zurich).

------------------------------------------------------------------------
SESSION: INTERNET MEDIA

Making Google Congestion Control robust over Wi-Fi networks using
packet grouping. [Full Paper]
Gaetano Carlucci (Politecnico di Bari, Italy), Luca De Cicco
(Politecnico di Bari, Italy), Stefan Holmer (Google Inc, Sweden), and
Saverio Mascolo (Politecnico di Bari, Italy).

Implementing Real-Time Transport Services over an Ossified Network.
[Full Paper]
Stephen McQuistin (University of Glasgow), Colin Perkins (University
of Glasgow), and Marwan Fayed (University of Stirling).

narten | 17 Jun 06:53 2016
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