Who's Who in the Internet: Biographies of IAB, IESG and IRSG Members
RFC 1336

Document Type RFC - Informational (May 1992; No errata)
Obsoletes RFC 1251
Also known as FYI 9
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Network Working Group                                          G. Malkin
Request for Comments: 1336                                      Xylogics
FYI: 9                                                          May 1992
Obsoletes: RFC 1251

                       Who's Who in the Internet
               Biographies of IAB, IESG and IRSG Members

Status of this Memo

   This memo provides information for the Internet community.  It does
   not specify any standard.  Distribution of this memo is unlimited.

Abstract

   This FYI RFC contains biographical information about members of the
   Internet Activities Board (IAB), the Internet Engineering Steering
   Group (IESG) of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), and the
   the Internet Research Steering Group (IRSG) of the Internet Research
   Task Force (IRTF).

Table of Contents

   1. Introduction.................................................... 2
   2. Acknowledgements................................................ 2
   3. Request for Biographies......................................... 2
   4. Biographies
      4.1  Philip Almquist............................................ 3
      4.2  Robert Braden.............................................. 4
      4.3  Hans-Werner Braun.......................................... 6
      4.4  Ross Callon................................................10
      4.5  Vinton Cerf................................................11
      4.6  Noel Chiappa...............................................13
      4.7  A. Lyman Chapin............................................14
      4.8  David Clark................................................15
      4.9  Stephen Crocker............................................15
      4.10 James R. Davin.............................................18
      4.11 Deborah Estrin.............................................18
      4.12 Russell Hobby..............................................20
      4.13 Christian Huitema..........................................20
      4.14 Erik Huizer................................................21
      4.15 Stephen Kent...............................................23
      4.16 Anthony G. Lauck...........................................23
      4.17 Barry Leiner...............................................25
      4.18 Daniel C. Lynch............................................26
      4.19 David M. Piscitello........................................27
      4.20 Jonathan B. Postel.........................................29

Malkin                                                          [Page 1]
RFC 1336                       Who's Who                        May 1992

      4.21 Joyce K. Reynolds..........................................30
      4.22 Michael Schwartz...........................................31
      4.23 Bernhard Stockman..........................................32
      4.24 Gregory Vaudreuil..........................................32
   5. Security Considerations.........................................33
   6. Author's Address................................................33

1. Introduction

   There are thousands of networks in the internet.  There are tens of
   thousands of host machines.  There are hundreds of thousands of
   users.  It takes a great deal of effort to manage the resources and
   protocols which make the Internet possible.  Sites may have people
   who get paid to manage their hardware and software.  But the
   infrastructure of the Internet is managed by volunteers who spend
   considerable portions of their valued time to keep the people
   connected.

   Hundreds of people attend the three IETF meetings each year.  They
   represent the government, the military, research institutions,
   educational institutions, and vendors from all over the world.  Most
   of them are volunteers; people who attend the meetings to learn and
   to contribute what they know.  There are a few very special people
   who deserve special notice.  These are the people who sit on the IAB,
   IESG, and IRSG.  Not only do they spend time at the meetings, but
   they spend additional time to organize them.  They are the IETF's
   interface to other standards bodies and to the funding institutions.
   Without them, the IETF, indeed the whole Internet, would not be
   possible.

2. Acknowledgements

   In addition to the people who took the time to write their
   biographies so that I could compile them into this FYI RFC, I would
   like to give special thanks to Joyce K. Reynolds (whose biography is
   in here) for her help in creating the biography request message and
   for being such a good sounding board for me.

3. Request for Biographies

   In mid-February 1991, I sent the following message to the members of
   the IAB, IESG and IRSG.  It is their responses to this message that I
   have compiled in this FYI RFC.

      The ARPANET is 20 years old.  The next meeting of the IETF in St.
      Louis this coming March will be the 20th plenary.  It is a good
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