George Michaelson | 10 Nov 01:13 2014
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Re: IEPG outreach [was Re: Slides, agenda.]

please do not fold, spindle or mutilate.

On 9 November 2014 14:07, Randy Bush <randy-9mmLlo5FZGg@public.gmane.org> wrote:
> would it be worthwhile to publish a history of IEPG and why or why not
> it should be folded into IETF?  (it could just as easily be argued to
> fold it into APRICOT or NANOG)

i think you are the only one suggesting folding it into anything

randy
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George, Wes | 9 Nov 23:02 2014

IEPG outreach [was Re: Slides, agenda.]

During Chris's presentation about Operator participation in the IETF,
Cathy A made a good observation about IEPG - no one really knows what it
is and what it does and why it might be useful to attend except those who
*already* attend.

While I realize that IEPG is not technically part of IETF, is there any
reason why we couldn't get a published agenda that is reachable via the
IETF agenda pages so that folks who see it on the schedule can click to
see what IEPG is and what it is doing? Sure, you can google IEPG but
there's no agenda posted there either. We do usually have an agenda mostly
set prior to the meeting. :-)
Perhaps we could test this for the next IETF?

Thanks,

Wes

On 11/7/14, 6:14 PM, "Warren Kumari" <warren@...> wrote:

>Hi there all.
>
>Here are the agenda:
>IPv6 Extension Headers in the Real World v3.0
>Fernando Gont & Jen Linkova
>25 minutes.
>
>prefix+AS-Origin
>Jared
>20 minutes
>
>"the 512K route thing"
>Geoff
>30 minutes
>
>Experience with IPv6 path probing - draft-naderi-ipv6-probing-00
>Brian E Carpenter
>20 minutes
>
>Update on Operators Survey
>Chris Grundemann
>15 minutes
>
>Fully synthesised DNSSEC signed zones
>Ray Bellis
>10 minutes.
>
>Brian and Ray have already provided slides (Brain along with a very
>polite apology for giving me slides early :-)) -- the rest of y'all,
>please send me slides...
>
>W
>
>--
>I don't think the execution is relevant when it was obviously a bad
>idea in the first place.
>This is like putting rabid weasels in your pants, and later expressing
>regret at having chosen those particular rabid weasels and that pair
>of pants.
>   ---maf
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Warren Kumari | 8 Nov 00:14 2014
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Slides, agenda.

Hi there all.

Here are the agenda:
IPv6 Extension Headers in the Real World v3.0
Fernando Gont & Jen Linkova
25 minutes.

prefix+AS-Origin
Jared
20 minutes

"the 512K route thing"
Geoff
30 minutes

Experience with IPv6 path probing - draft-naderi-ipv6-probing-00
Brian E Carpenter
20 minutes

Update on Operators Survey
Chris Grundemann
15 minutes

Fully synthesised DNSSEC signed zones
Ray Bellis
10 minutes.

Brian and Ray have already provided slides (Brain along with a very
polite apology for giving me slides early :-)) -- the rest of y'all,
please send me slides...

W

--

-- 
I don't think the execution is relevant when it was obviously a bad
idea in the first place.
This is like putting rabid weasels in your pants, and later expressing
regret at having chosen those particular rabid weasels and that pair
of pants.
   ---maf
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Warren Kumari | 3 Oct 20:05 2014
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The time has come, the walrus said...

... to remind you all to please start thinking of topics and ideas for
the IEPG meeting in Hawaii.

We'll probably have some discussions of IPv6 Extension Header again
(hey! its a tradition!), what else?

W

--

-- 
I don't think the execution is relevant when it was obviously a bad
idea in the first place.
This is like putting rabid weasels in your pants, and later expressing
regret at having chosen those particular rabid weasels and that pair
of pants.
   ---maf
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Warren Kumari | 18 Jul 16:08 2014
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IEPG Agenda...

Hi all,

Here is the agenda for the IEPG meeting. If you are listed below,
please send me slides -- I'd like to get them to Geoff, so he can
stage them on the website (they will only go live when the meeting
starts).

The meeting runs from 10:00 to noon, this Sunday.

IEPG  --  120 minutes
-------------------------------------
IPv6 Extension Headers in the Real World v2.0  Jen Linkova / Fernando 25min
DNS: what if everyone did it?      Geoff Huston     30min
The decline and fall of teredo   George Michaelson  25min
IPv6 toolkit v2.0    Fernando Gont    15 min
Redirecting the target domain's nameserver cache poisoning attacks.
Kazunori  Fujiwara  15min

W
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Warren Kumari | 25 Jun 14:28 2014
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Call for presentations.

Hi there all,


We still have some free time, so if you would like to present on anything operational, please get your requests in soon.

W
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Warren Kumari | 27 May 21:37 2014
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Re: Meeting in London ^w Toronto.

Ok, so to make life simpler for everyone, we've decided to hold the
IEPG meeting in *Toronto*, just before the IETF meeting in
*Toronto*...

W

P.S: There, guessing no-one will suspect that this was just to cover
that I forgot where we are meeting...

On Tue, May 27, 2014 at 3:20 PM, Warren Kumari <warren@...> wrote:
> Hi there all,
>
> Just a gentle reminder that the IEPG meeting in Toronto is
> approaching. If you are making travel plans for the IETF meeting,
> don't forget that IEPG meets from 10 to noon on the Sunday before the
> IETF properly starts.
>
> Also, please start noodling on if there is anything interesting you'd
> like to present...
>
> W
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Warren Kumari | 27 May 21:20 2014
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Meeting in London.

Hi there all,

Just a gentle reminder that the IEPG meeting in Toronto is
approaching. If you are making travel plans for the IETF meeting,
don't forget that IEPG meets from 10 to noon on the Sunday before the
IETF properly starts.

Also, please start noodling on if there is anything interesting you'd
like to present...

W
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Geoff Huston | 2 Mar 11:53 2014
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presentations for today's IEPG meeting

Are at http://www.iepg.org/2014-03-02-ietf89/index.html

cheers,

 Geoff

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Carlos M. Martinez | 4 Feb 20:11 2014
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Slot request for London

Hello all,

we're readying a presentation for London, on some AS Squatting phenomena
we've observed from our region.

Let me know if there is still agenda time available.

cheers!

~Carlos

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George Michaelson | 24 Jan 07:35 2014
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Re: Start thinking of interesting things for the IEPG meeting in London.

I'd like to book a short IEPG slot. 

the title of the talk is <its a surprise> and its about <its a surprise>

(to steal Randy's idea)

btw: this is a real talk. it does have operational consequences. I can't guarantee interesting, but I hope entertaining.


On Thu, Jan 23, 2014 at 1:47 AM, Warren Kumari <warren-BdiTJvaIapWsTnJN9+BGXg@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Hi all.

London is still a few weeks away*, but now might be a good time to
start noodling over if there is something interesting and operational
that you might be interested in presenting at the IEPG (non-WG*)
meeting.

W
*: Hi George ;-)
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