Minutes interim-2017-acme-01: Fri 11:00

Meeting Minutes Automated Certificate Management Environment (acme) WG
Title Minutes interim-2017-acme-01: Fri 11:00
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Meeting Minutes

   There were about 20 people present on the call.  It lasted about 50 minutes.

>                Hugo's CAA draft (already adopted, short, might be ready
> for WGLC) -- https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-acme-caa-01

Chairs will call for consensus on moving to WGLC.

>                Yaron Sheffer et al draft on STAR --
> https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-sheffer-acme-star-lurk-00

There was discussion on how this overlaps with the tls-subcert
document. After some discussion, there was good consensus to ask that this
be split into two parts (the ACME-related revalidation and the CDN-related
deployment) and the chairs will ask for consensus on adoption.  The split
will happen before or after adoption. (Update: before)

>                Mary Barnes on an ACME challenge for ATIS/SIP --
> https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-barnes-acme-service-provider-00

There was some discussion, but strong consensus to adopt this by the WG.
Chairs will confirm on the list.

>               And also Jon Peterson et al

Also similar discussion.  General agreement to also adopt this, and keep
in close contact with STIR to make sure things progress properly.

>                Roland Shoemaker on an ACME challenge for validating IP
addresses -- https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-shoemaker-acme-ip-00

Briefly discussed; Yaron requested clarification on the use-case before
considering adoption. (Update: Roland posted to the list)

> In addition, Alexey is interested in helping with an ACME challenge for
> email certificates. Is anyone else interested in helping to draft drafting?

Alex posted a draft just before the meeting.  Consensus was to split the
server-related (SMTP, IMAP, POP3, etc) part and the user S/MIME related
part and work on them separately.

At the end of the meeting, Kathleen pointed out that Ted has a new role
as IAB Chair, and wants to step down from ACME co-chair. The plan would be
to have a new co-chair for Prague, and then after the Prague meeting, for
Ted to abandonXXXXXX relinquish the co-chair role.  If you are interested
in volunteering, please let Kathleen (and perhaps ekr and the current
chairs) know.

Related to this, the ACME base document is almost done. The Chairs strongly
encouraged Richard et al to finish by mid-June so that we could enter WGLC
and address any issues that might come up (if any do) at the Prague meeting.

Please send/post any corrections by mid-next-week so that we can start
the calls for adoption right away.