Thomas Narten | 24 Apr 06:53 2015
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Weekly posting summary for ietf <at> ietf.org

Total of 162 messages in the last 7 days.

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  8.02% |   13 |  7.73% |   100846 | henrik <at> levkowetz.com
  3.70% |    6 |  3.95% |    51529 | fred <at> cisco.com
  3.70% |    6 |  3.79% |    49504 | warren <at> kumari.net
  3.70% |    6 |  3.18% |    41436 | john-ietf <at> jck.com
  3.09% |    5 |  3.60% |    47023 | brian.e.carpenter <at> gmail.com
  3.70% |    6 |  2.58% |    33641 | johnl <at> taugh.com
  3.09% |    5 |  2.88% |    37515 | lars <at> netapp.com
  3.09% |    5 |  2.85% |    37181 | paul <at> nohats.ca
  3.09% |    5 |  2.69% |    35030 | swmike <at> swm.pp.se
  2.47% |    4 |  2.93% |    38171 | daedulus <at> btconnect.com
  2.47% |    4 |  2.39% |    31136 | jari.arkko <at> piuha.net
  2.47% |    4 |  2.22% |    28938 | joelja <at> bogus.com
  2.47% |    4 |  2.15% |    28011 | jmh <at> joelhalpern.com
  2.47% |    4 |  1.86% |    24220 | ajs <at> anvilwalrusden.com
  1.23% |    2 |  2.71% |    35387 | david.black <at> emc.com
  1.85% |    3 |  2.09% |    27232 | l.wood <at> surrey.ac.uk
  1.85% |    3 |  1.57% |    20421 | dhc <at> dcrocker.net
  1.85% |    3 |  1.48% |    19338 | ted.lemon <at> nominum.com
  1.23% |    2 |  1.41% |    18436 | harald <at> alvestrand.no
  1.23% |    2 |  1.38% |    18052 | hartmans-ietf <at> mit.edu
  1.23% |    2 |  1.35% |    17584 | hsantos <at> isdg.net
  1.23% |    2 |  1.29% |    16788 | leifj <at> mnt.se
  1.23% |    2 |  1.24% |    16207 | tony <at> att.com
  1.23% |    2 |  1.23% |    16033 | ynir.ietf <at> gmail.com
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Mikael Abrahamsson | 22 Apr 14:26 2015
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comments on newly generated html draft format and font sizes


Hi,

I don't know where to turn, so I'll send email here.

I am reading two documents:

https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-homenet-hncp-04
https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-homenet-dncp-02

The last one was created in in the past day or so. I noticed that it was 
in a much larger font size than other IETF html documents. I looked into 
the source, and the first one has "font-size: 1em;" in body {} and the 
last one has "font-size: 12pt;". I don't know if that's actually is the 
right place to look, but that's the one I found.

I am not an expert in HTML and CSS, but "1em" seems to result in a better 
expected result for me than "12pt".

I use latest Chrome on OSX 10.10.3. If I resize the 12pt document to my 
liking, now the "1em" is too small, and the other way around. This is 
really painful when trying to read two documents that are referring to 
each other and switching between them.

If I take the "12pt" document and do "view source", I get the text in the 
same size as the "1em" documents. It thus seems to me that at least Chrome 
defaults to 1em and for some reason treats "12pt" differently.

I like the old format better, the 12pt documents just defaults to too big 
text for me.
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l.wood | 22 Apr 00:48 2015
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MD5 crypto!

Despite the existence of RFC6151...

http://www.loginwall.com/Solutions.php

Lloyd Wood
http://about.me/lloydwood

German Alberto Zelayandia | 21 Apr 19:19 2015
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Re: ietf Digest, Vol 83, Issue 61

recibido
On Apr 21, 2015, at 10:53 AM, ietf-request <at> ietf.org wrote:

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> When replying, please edit your Subject line so it is more specific
> than "Re: Contents of ietf digest..."
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> 
> Today's Topics:
> 
>   1. Re: Policy and tools regarding the filing of Internet Drafts
>      (manning bill)
>   2. Re: Drafts that can't be serious (Carlos Vera Quintana)
>   3. IAOC Member Resignation (IETF Administrative Director)
>   4. Re: Policy and tools regarding the filing of Internet Drafts
>      (Behcet Sarikaya)
>   5. Re: Policy and tools regarding the filing of Internet Drafts
>      (Fred Baker (fred))
>   6. Re: Policy and tools regarding the filing of Internet Drafts
>      (John C Klensin)
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IAOC Member Resignation

All;

Chris Griffiths, the IAOC Chair, submitted his resignation today
from the IAOC and IETF Trust effective immediately.

The NomCom has been notified of the vacancy.

In accordance with the IAOC Administrative Procedures* Tobias
Gondrom, the IETF Trust Chair, will assume the role of Acting Chair
of the IAOC.  There will be an announcement when an IAOC Chair has
been elected by the IAOC.

We want to thank Chris for his service on the IAOC since 2012 and
his leadership as IAOC chair for the last two years.

Ray

IAD

*
https://iaoc.ietf.org/documents/IAOC-Administrative-Procedures-9-16-
2010.pdf

Eggert, Lars | 21 Apr 14:12 2015
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Applied Networking Research Prize 2015 presentations at IETF-93

Hi,

we are extremely pleased to report that for the 2015 award period of
the Applied Networking Research Prize (ANRP), 33 eligible nominations
were received. Each submission was reviewed by 3-5 members of the
selection committee according to a diverse set of criteria, including
scientific excellence and substance, timeliness, relevance, and
potential impact on the Internet.

Based on this review, five submissions are awarded an Applied
Networking Research Prize in 2015. Two prize winners will present
their work at the IRTF Open Meeting during IETF-93 in Prague,
Czech Republic. The ANRPs for IETF-93 go to:

*** Haya Shulman *** for analyzing the deficiencies of DNS privacy
approaches:

    Haya Shulman. Pretty Bad Privacy: Pitfalls of DNS Encryption.
    ACM Workshop on Privacy in the Electronic Society (WPES),
    Scottsdale, AZ, USA, November 3, 2014.

*** João Luís Sobrinho *** for designing a route-aggregation technique
that allows filtering while respecting routing policies:

    João Luís Sobrinho, Laurent Vanbever, Franck Le and Jennifer
    Rexford. Distributed Route Aggregation on the Global Network.
    Proc. ACM CoNEXT, Sydney, Australia, December 2-5, 2014.

The call for ANRP nominations for the 2016 awards cycle will open in
the summer of 2015. Read more about the ANRP at http://irtf.org/anrp.
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Fred Baker (fred | 21 Apr 11:46 2015
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Policy and tools regarding the filing of Internet Drafts

I’m not sure what list this question belongs on, so I’m bringing it here. Happy to be redirected.

I have had a problem on a number of occasions with my name being listed as an author on a draft that I had not
agreed to co-author, and in some cases, that I hadn’t even seen. In most cases, I have been able to get the
putative co-author to remove my name in a -01 version. I can point to at least one draft that I didn’t
initially agree to co-author, was unsuccessful in getting my "co-authors" to remove it, and wound up
largely re-writing, which involved a lot of work. I’m not alone in this; various people have complained
of third parties listing them as co-authors on drafts without their consent.

I’m bringing it up this time on the behalf of some Cisco colleagues, who found themselves "co-authoring"
a draft that they didn’t know anything about in one working group, got their names off the draft, and then
discovered their names on a related draft in another working group. It seems to me that an ethical line was
crossed in the interest of showing support for a concept.

First, I’d like to believe that this isn’t an acceptable practice. I’d like to believe, shock of
shocks, that a co-author is first someone that has agreed to co-author, and is someone that has text or at
least concepts that are included in the draft.

Second, I wonder if there is a way we can manage this. A simple approach would involve the posting tool. When
we ask to post something, the authors are polled in email to ensure that the email address in the draft
actually gets to them, and they have to reply either in email or on the web. What would it take to, when
posting a -00 draft, require all of the co-authors to positively respond, and have the posting fail if they
don’t, or if any responds negatively?

This would also clear out people whose addresses change; I understand an address changing in a later
version of a draft (someone <at> example1.com becomes someone+else <at> example2.com) and being missed in a
draft update, but I don’t understand an incorrect address on the -00 version.
Doug Ewell | 20 Apr 17:04 2015

Drafts that can't be serious

>From "New and Revived Drafts" this morning:

draft-pkx-infobirdiconswww-04, "Information as a bird with wings that
flies and hits the user device screen as Icons":

"No one has contacted me regarding this project and i see the same
criminal hands of repulsives in palakkad that has attacked me in Jan
2010 and Oct 2013, criminal doctors and their businesses that need to be
stopped and those who attacked me executed. They have diagnosed me as a
schizophrenic to steal and expend my wealth and they need to be executed
for attacking me.I am a healthy heterosexual unable to live with a woman
since 2001 because of cybercrime because money send to me is stolen"

draft-emaillogger-02, "Email provider should provide email owner an
audit log":

"Its a shame that these are not implemented a group trying to murder me
or make me a disabled and preventing me from leading my life in
California. Anyone can own this and use their resources to implement
these, they can just email me. As i am writing this out of my own
requirement, i demand my personal wealth not used to maintain ietf.org
or to send emails. Its my impression that they are self sufficient. I
would work on these when i have my money in my bank at my speed"

Is there a filter that the IETF can apply to defer the posting of drafts
like this until the next April 1?

--
Doug Ewell | http://ewellic.org | Thornton, CO 🇺🇸

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FTP Service Discontinuance No Longer Under Consideration

All;
Thank you for all of your input.  Informative and thorough.

Based on the feedback it is clear that there is not consensus that
the ftp service should be turned off at this time.

At some point in the future, we would like to greatly scale back the
FTP service.  To make sure that the dependence on the FTP service
does not increase, we recommend that FTP URLs not be used in any new
documents.

Again, thanks for the feedback.

Ray

Thomas Narten | 17 Apr 06:53 2015
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Weekly posting summary for ietf <at> ietf.org

Total of 58 messages in the last 7 days.

script run at: Fri Apr 17 00:53:01 EDT 2015

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  6.90% |    4 |  4.39% |    21019 | johnl <at> taugh.com
  3.45% |    2 |  6.80% |    32529 | tbray <at> textuality.com
  5.17% |    3 |  3.67% |    17563 | michael.tuexen <at> lurchi.franken.de
  3.45% |    2 |  4.06% |    19448 | tjc <at> ecs.soton.ac.uk
  3.45% |    2 |  3.69% |    17649 | eckelcu <at> cisco.com
  3.45% |    2 |  3.29% |    15748 | turners <at> ieca.com
  3.45% |    2 |  3.17% |    15177 | brian.e.carpenter <at> gmail.com
  3.45% |    2 |  3.08% |    14740 | bensons <at> queuefull.net
  3.45% |    2 |  2.83% |    13545 | mohta <at> necom830.hpcl.titech.ac.jp
  3.45% |    2 |  2.82% |    13500 | ned+ietf <at> mauve.mrochek.com
  3.45% |    2 |  2.63% |    12583 | faber <at> isi.edu
  1.72% |    1 |  3.48% |    16648 | farmer <at> umn.edu
  1.72% |    1 |  3.34% |    15966 | christer.holmberg <at> ericsson.com
  1.72% |    1 |  3.27% |    15647 | mattmathis <at> google.com
  1.72% |    1 |  2.71% |    12973 | abdussalambaryun <at> gmail.com
  1.72% |    1 |  2.51% |    12019 | mbeaulieu <at> amsl.com
  1.72% |    1 |  2.16% |    10326 | elwynd <at> folly.org.uk
  1.72% |    1 |  2.16% |    10312 | ramki_krishnan <at> dell.com
  1.72% |    1 |  2.14% |    10235 | rbonica <at> juniper.net
  1.72% |    1 |  2.06% |     9870 | narten <at> us.ibm.com
  1.72% |    1 |  1.97% |     9403 | hsantos <at> isdg.net
  1.72% |    1 |  1.86% |     8898 | kathleen.moriarty.ietf <at> gmail.com
  1.72% |    1 |  1.81% |     8679 | iesg <at> ietf.org
  1.72% |    1 |  1.81% |     8637 | info <at> isoc.org.ec
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IETF Chair | 15 Apr 15:32 2015
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Foreign language materials at the IETF

While IETF work takes place in English, we have some
materials about the IETF also in other languages. Alvaro
and I wrote this blog article after seeing some recent
examples:

   http://www.ietf.org/blog/2015/04/monikielinen-ietf/

We are thankful for everyone who has contributed to
translations of the Tao, IETF Journal, newcomer’s
slides, run non-English discussion lists, and so on.

If you know of additional efforts not mentioned in
the blog, would like to contribute by translating 
something, or have video of tutorials in other
languages, let us know.

Jari Arkko, IETF Chair


Gmane