Guidelines for effective participation in the Secdispatch working group
Make sure to read the charter and join the mailing list. You can also browse the mailing list archives.
Possible Outcomes of Meeting
As face-to-face time is very valuable, it's important to prepare for it. It is recommended to start a thread in the mailing list introducing the topic you'd like to present. Helpful items to include in the first mail (or mail thread) are:
When requesting agenda time, please also CC the chairs.
The chairs will consider the points above and any deriving discussions when setting up the agenda. Also, keep these in mind when preparing your presentation!
Note that precedence in the meeting will be given to documents that have demonstrated interest in the form of active drafts and mailing list discussion, as well as presenters who submit slides according to the timeline. The chairs reserve the right to remove presentations from the agenda if slides are not sent in on time.
Current submitted agenda items are listed in [ietf111] (work in progress).
When preparing your slides, try to include point 1 to 7 above. The presentation should cover motivation, background and hoped dispatching outcome (see above).
We suggest the slides to be clear and concise: the discussion after the presentation is often more interesting both for the presenters and for us chairs to gauge interest and dispatch the work successfully. An ideal split for a 20 min slot would be 10 min presentation + 10 min discussion. In general, if possible, try to keep more than half time for discussion. People in the working group are expected to have read the draft before the meeting.
Please remember to put page numbers on your slides!
To submit your slides, upload them directly (requires datatracker login) or send them to the chairs.
The content of this page was last updated on 2022-10-21. It was migrated from the old Trac wiki on 2023-02-26.