Spencer Dawkins founded Wonder Hamster Internetworking LLC in December, 2015. Prior to that, Spencer was Senior Standards Manager at Huawei Technologies (USA) in Plano, Texas by day, and hand-drummer at IETF plenaries by night. Spencer began participating in the Internet Engineering Task Force in 1996, served as co-chair for the MARTINI, MEDIACTRL, and SIPCLF working groups in the Realtime Applications and Infrastructure Area, and as co-chair for the PILC working group in the Transport Area.
Spencer served on the Internet Architecture Board from 2010 to 2013, when he joined the IESG as Transport Area Director.
Spencer is a recovering IETF process wonk, having served on the General Area Directorate and on the author team for RFC 3774, and as editor for several revisions to the NomCom process specification, and also served on the General Area Review Team from its formation in 2004 until he was selected for the IAB in 2010. Spencer also serves on the Internet Research Steering Group, and served as Technical Director for the SIP Forum from 2012 to 2016.
Prior to joining Huawei, Spencer engineered GPRS and VoIP network monitor products for Inet Technologies/Tektronix, did product architecture for protocol accelerators at a start-up and for next-generation SONET switches at Fujitsu Network Communications, and served in a variety of roles at Nortel Networks, where he started out as a business systems computer programmer, but fast-talked his way into networking product development in the R&D group after reading Andrew Tanenbaum’s “Computer Networks”. That changed Spencer’s life.
Spencer holds BBA and MS degrees from the University of North Texas, has a lovely wife named Shirley and two rescue dogs, and volunteers with teenage kids, where the weirdness keeps him young.
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|rfc2757||Jan 2000||Long Thin Networks|
|rfc2760||Feb 2000||Ongoing TCP Research Related to Satellites|
|rfc3150||Jul 2001||End-to-end Performance Implications of Slow Links|
|rfc3155||Aug 2001||End-to-end Performance Implications of Links with Errors|
|rfc3933||Nov 2004||A Model for IETF Process Experiments|
|rfc4925||Jul 2007||Softwire Problem Statement|
|rfc5078||Oct 2007||IAB and IESG Selection, Confirmation, and Recall Process: Revision of the Nominating and Recall Committees Timeline|
|rfc5633||Aug 2009||Nominating Committee Process: Earlier Announcement of Open Positions and Solicitation of Volunteers|
|rfc5680||Oct 2009||The Nominating Committee Process: Open Disclosure of Willing Nominees|
|rfc7241||Jul 2014||The IEEE 802/IETF Relationship|
|rfc7418||Dec 2014||An IRTF Primer for IETF Participants|
|rfc7475||Mar 2015||Increasing the Number of Area Directors in an IETF Area|
|rfc7890||Jun 2016||Concepts and Terminology for Peer-to-Peer SIP (P2PSIP)|
|rfc8318||Jan 2018||IAB, IESG, and IAOC Selection, Confirmation, and Recall Process: IAOC Advisor for the Nominating Committee|
|rfc8462||Oct 2018||Report from the IAB Workshop on Managing Radio Networks in an Encrypted World (MaRNEW)|
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