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Tommy Pauly
Pronouns: he/him

Tommy Pauly is an engineer at Apple. There, he works on the networking stack for Appleā€™s client operating systems, focusing on areas including secure transport protocols and APIs, VPNs, IPv6, and DNS. He currently co-chairs the HTTP and IPPM Working Groups, and is a member of the IAB.

Roles

Role Group Email
Chair HTTP (httpbis) tpauly@apple.com
Chair IP Performance Measurement (ippm) tpauly@apple.com
Chair IAB workshop on Management Techniques in Encrypted Networks (M-TEN) (mtenws) tpauly@apple.com
Lead Evolvability, Deployability, & Maintainability (edm) tpauly@apple.com
Member Internet Architecture Board (iab) tpauly@apple.com
Reviewer Transport Area Review Team (tsvart) tpauly@apple.com
Reviewer Internet Area Directorate (intdir) tpauly@apple.com

RFCs (11)

RFC Date Title Cited by
RFC 8229 Aug 2017 TCP Encapsulation of IKE and IPsec Packets 5 RFCs
RFC 8305 Dec 2017 Happy Eyeballs Version 2: Better Connectivity Using Concurrency 14 RFCs
RFC 8598 May 2019 Split DNS Configuration for the Internet Key Exchange Protocol Version 2 (IKEv2)
RFC 8801 Jul 2020 Discovering Provisioning Domain Names and Data 1 RFC
RFC 8908 Sep 2020 Captive Portal API 1 RFC
RFC 8922 Oct 2020 A Survey of the Interaction between Security Protocols and Transport Services 2 RFCs
RFC 9149 Apr 2022 TLS Ticket Requests 1 RFC
RFC 9170 Dec 2021 Long-Term Viability of Protocol Extension Mechanisms 1 RFC
RFC 9221 Mar 2022 An Unreliable Datagram Extension to QUIC 2 RFCs
RFC 9230 Jun 2022 Oblivious DNS over HTTPS
RFC 9329 Nov 2022 TCP Encapsulation of Internet Key Exchange Protocol (IKE) and IPsec Packets

Active Drafts (13)

Expired Drafts (47)

(Excluding replaced drafts.)

Draft Activity