Minutes for 6TISCH at interim-2016-6tisch-10
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Meeting Minutes
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# Minutes, 10 June 2016 interim, 6TiSCH WG #

Note: timestamps in PDT.

Connection details
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* Date: 7-8am Pacific:
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* Slides:
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Taking notes _(using Etherpad)_
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1. Xavi Vilajosana
1. Jonathan Munoz
1. Pascal Thubert

Present _(alphabetically)_
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1. Chonggang Wang
1. Esteban Municio
1. Goran Selander
1. Jonathan Munoz
1. Nicola Accettura
1. Pascal Thubert
1. Qin Wang
1. Rashid Sangi
1. S.V.R. Anand
1. Satish Anamalamudi
1. Sedat Gormus
1. Tamer Elzayyat
1. Tengfei Chang
1. Thomas Watteyne
1. Xavi Vilajosana
1. Y Lee

Agenda
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* Administrivia _[2min]_
    * Approval agenda
    * Approval minutes last call
* 6TiSCH architecture update _[10min]_
* 6TiSCH security update _[10min]_
* 6TiSCH ML topics _[10min]_
*  _[10min]_
* IETF96 Berlin update _[15min]_
    * plugtest update
    * Agenda bashing
    * Introduction to 6LPWA
* AOB _[1min]_

Minutes
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* Administrivia _[2min]_
    * Approval agenda
    * Approval minutes last call
    * Agenda and last call minutes are approved. No issues raised.

* 6TiSCH architecture update _[10min]_
    * new version published v10
    * talking to Charlie Perkins. Reviewer of the minimal draft. He will do the
    review next week * Next week we ship minimal to the IESG. * second
    paragraph of section 4.2.2 indicates that SF may be seen as divided between
    upper and lower bw management. * sublayer draft. How the technical contents
    are documented? do we need a new sublayer draft? should this go to the
    architecture dradt? * something to describe what is the 6top layer is
    needed. * 6top is an architecture component and needs to be described how
    it is integrated with the SF, and the stack. * TODO check if the text
    describing the 6top sublayer in the architecture draft covers everything. *
    TW: the description of the sublayer it does not go to the 6top, its natural
    place is the architecture draft * Where the SF goes, is entirely part of
    the 6top sublayer. It is an algorithm that deals with bw. Therefore, add a
    description of the SF module at the architecture. * IEEE is interested on
    the IEs that we are going to use in 6p

* 6TiSCH security update _[10min]_
    * 6tisch security call next week.  (Thursday or Friday)
     *
* 6TiSCH ML topics _[10min]_
    * Start value for the ETX when we discover a neighbor.
          * pick an average value.
    * work related to ANIMA.CEBOT.

*  _[10min]_
    * SF0 is a 1hop scheduling protocol
    * Satish presents SF1
    * no well support of critical traffic flows. e.g. industrial control
    * SF1 provides dedicated traffic flows.
    * enables the scheduling of end to end L2 bundles between source and
    destination *Associates trackID to each L2-bundle * Resource reservation is
    out scope but two approaches are possible.
         - centralized
         - distributed
    *sends track id in the 6top request
    * the track id is in the metadata field of 6topo
    * Pascal: the track id according to your presentation is the same for all
    the nodes in the track. the IP source addres, RPLinstanceId.
     the global RPL id in a network is unique, then the local instance ID is
     unique within the node. So what instance ID are you using? *TW: focus on
     something specific. Focus on the distributed side. *TW: can this SF use
     6top protocol as is? does this approach require new features from 6top? *
     Xavi: RSVP is like transport. That is separated from 6P that is Layer 2.
     The key is to think how SF1 can compute locally to achieve the ned to end
     bundle reservation.

* IETF96 Berlin update _[15min]_
    * plugtest update
    15-17 july. Experts call closed. 8 companies already registered
    * Agenda bashing
    90 minutes for the 6tisch wg
    * Introduction to 6LPWA
    group forming BoF. Happen in berlin. Monday or Tuesday.
    LoRa all hands meeting on Wed.

* AOB _[1min]_
  * f-interop project h2020. Develops a framework for interop. Requested for 1h
  slot to present the project. * Next 6tisch call in 2 weeks. Will be the last
  one before the cut-off date. (8th of july is cut-off date). Make sure we do a
  clear state of the drafts.