Shepherd writeup

1. Summary

This document provides examples TLS 1.3 handshakes.  Private keys and inputs are provided so that these handshakes might be reproduced with are shown.  As the examples are illustrative the draft is intended to be Informational.

Sean Turner is the Document Shepherd.
Benjamin Kaduk is the responsible Area Director.

2. Review and Consensus

There's always interest in having examples and this draft fills that gap for TLS, which some would say have been sorely need for a very long time.  While there wasn't a lot of list traffic on this draft, you could argue that there's lots of review because the vectors are automatically generated using the NSS test suite.  NSS is used to do interop with a number of implementations.

3. Intellectual Property

I confirmed with Martin that his direct, personal knowledge of any IPR related to this document has already been disclosed, in conformance with BCPs 78 and 79.

4. Other Points

There are no DOWNREFs; there is only one normative reference and it's to the TLS1.3 RFC.

There are also no IANA considerations.