|Meeting Slides||RFC Series Oversight Committee (RSOC) (rfcedprog) IAB ASG|
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RFC SERIES OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE (RSOC) March 9, 2016 RSOC Meeting Reported by: Cindy Morgan, IETF Secretariat ATTENDEES --------------------------------- Sarah Banks (Chair) Nevil Brownlee Heather Flanagan (RSE, non-voting) Joel Halpern Tony Hansen Cindy Morgan (Scribe, non-voting) Ray Pelletier (IAOC Liaison, non-voting) Robert Sparks (Lead) REGRETS --------------------------------- Joe Hildebrand Bob Hinden Alexey Melnikov MINUTES --------------------------------- 0. Review of minutes The minutes of the 10 February 2016 RSOC meeting were approved. 1. Agenda bash An update on the RPC was added to the agenda. 2. RPC update Heather Flanagan reported that the RPC is not expected to meet the new SLA for Q1 2016. In addition to catching up from 2015, they also received a request to expedite publication of over 200 pages of material, which will delay the older documents in the queue. 3. RSOC Administrivia Robert Sparks observed that the "current activities" list on the RSOC web page <https://www.iab.org/activities/programs/rfc-editor-program/> is out of date. He asked the RSOC to take a look and think about what activities should be listed on that page. Sarah Banks and Neville Brownlee volunteered to take look and send their thoughts to the RSOC list. 4. Project status 4.1 Format Heather Flanagan noted that the community review period for the new RFC format drafts ends on 11 March 2016. She is tracking the comments and resolutions to help the IAB when they look at the documents again. Heather Flanagan reported that she has sent a draft statement of work to the Tools Team for the design of a CSS for the HTML and PDF outputs. She is hoping that these can go out for community comment in the next week or two. Heather Flanagan is working with Greg Wood to design an infographic on the new formats that will be turned into a poster to hang at the RFC Editor desk during IETF 95. 4.2. Stats & Metrics Heather Flanagan reported that John Levine is working on the code for the stats and metrics project, and that he should have something to show during IETF 95. The final code is not due until the end of April. 4.3. Infrastructure Heather Flanagan reported that the team working on infrastructure planning has met a few times by conference call. Heather, Robert Sparks, Sandy Ginoza, and Alice Russo will meet face-to-face next week to discuss possible workflows and ideas. 4.4. Digital Preservation Heather Flanagan reported that she has heard back from the Royal Library of Sweden on the questions she posed a few months ago about digital preservation project. She will wok with Robert Sparks to determine what needs to be done with the RSS feed. 5. IETF 95 Heather Flanagan announced that the stream managers' lunch at IETF 95 was cancelled because it conflicts with an IANA transition meeting. Heather Flanagan asked if the RSOC would need an executive session at IETF 95, in addition to the regular meeting. After discussion, the RSOC decided that an executive session would be helpful. Heather Flanagan reminded the RSOC to fill out the Doodle poll indicating when people are available to meet during IETF 95. 6. Read out from the IAB review of the RSOC program Robert Sparks reported that the recent IAB review of the RSOC program went very smoothy; there was a lot of positive feedback about the RSOC being there for the IAB. He noted that the did IAB ask about continuing to expand the scope of the RSE job description on a temporary basis, as it seems like the expanded scope is less temporary. The RSOC will discuss this further in an executive session. 7. Executive session The RSE job description was discussed in an executive session.