Online meeting on Thursday July 29, 2021, 22:00-23:00 (UTC) Thursday Session III
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This last meeting is the right time to highlight what happened in our RG since its creation, a bit more than 8 years ago.
NB: transcription of the slides presented during IETF111
2020-01: publication of three RFC, all of them managed by the IETF TSV WG but initiated within NWCRG:
After 8 years of silent participation to NWCRG/TSVWG (no IPR disclosure), on March 2020 CodeOn disclosed a patent against RFC 8681 "Sliding window RLC FEC schemes for FECFRAME", soon after the RFC being published:
Pretty uncomfortable situation as MJM is listed as co-inventor but convinced this IP does not apply to RFC 8681:
Full support of IRSG chair and several NWCRG participants towards MJM:
no "Random Linear Network Coding" with in-network recoding RFC (!): two I-D initiated by CodeOn, but never finalized.
BTW CodeOn explained (June 2018) they had no reason disclosure any IPR for this doc:
no Tetrys RFC: an I-D initiated but never finalized
no "FEC for QUIC" nor "RLC for QUIC" RFC:
QUIC v1 RFC publication took too long, and lack of resources within the team:
SWIF (sliding window FEC codec) hackathon project:
almost done, but not finalized because of lack of resources and difficulties with remote hackathon:
RG LC remains to be done but I-D has already been carefully reviewed (soon to start)
then IRSG processing (September?)
We’re almost done, this is our last meeting, thank you all, it was a pleasure!