29 July 2021
current drafts’ status is shown in the slides
On the agenda for 12 August IESG telechat
ADs who have not reviewed the draft will review and may have detailed comments
other ADs may only review diff from their previous version.
Finally moving forward again, and no known issues predicted
relatively minor changes only since -05
text believed stable
Valery: hopefully issuing WGLC will get more reviews, as not much discussion yet
Jon: there isn’t too much there to review, just guidance with a set of examples, but yes, this may trigger some more reviews
background: telemetry data too large to fit in single IP datagram, but DOTS signal chanel needs to use NON messages due to congestion
libcoap supports Q-block now, so we can have running code Q-block introduces new congestion-control-like parameters, which we now need to convey in DOTS session configuration
Augment the YANG module from 8782bis to do so request WG adoption
Kaname: with the new options, we clearly also need a way to negotiate and configure it, so I support this draft
Addressed all comments from WG
Valery: not much discussino of this draft on the list, but issuing WGLC might inspire more people to give comments. We can issue WGLC soon, approximately the same time as DOTS multihoming.
Target draft draft-ietf-core-new-block-14 (latest)
different DOTS implementations, both using modified libcoap from Jon
Successful communication (recovering whole body of message) in the face of packet loss
No problem with core q-block over the internet (no loss)
Use iptables to introduce asymmetric random packet loss for packets from server to client
Could recover entire body even up to 10% packet loss
Found a few libcoap bugs (now fixed):
Valery: The charter has a lot of introduction and only the last couple paragraphs talk about what to do. I already edited the milestones, which are now waiting for AD approval. I don’t have new text for the charter handy, but I want to know if people think it’s a good idea to more precisely describe what we’re working on.
Ben: we already published 8782/8783, so we may not need to spend so many words talking about the core technology. We could make an update to be closer to what we’re working on. We could declare success and close the WG as well.
Valery: I will work with Frank to prepare some candidate text.
Ben: sounds good