Hannes Tschofenig

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Archive for January, 2008

Jan
31
2008

— Here is the announcement the US DOT recently posted. I am looking forward to see some feedback from these implementation and deployment efforts. Progress continues in the US DOT Next Generation 9-1-1 Initiative. We are pleased to announce the selection of PSAPs to participate in the Proof of Concept (POC) portion of the project. […]

Jan
30
2008

In case you care about SIP and you would like to play around with some of the IETF protocols developed in the RAI area then you might want to look at the MSRPRelay page that recently went online.

Jan
30
2008

Sieve is a language for filtering e-mail messages. The working group maintains a webpage that has recently been redesigned. It contains pointers to documents and implementations.

Jan
30
2008

The W3C PLING group has just recently setup a Wiki for discussion about the policy language work. Currently, you can find the following information there: Use-cases involving the usage of policies in various scenarios, pros and cons of adopted policy frameworks, pain points, issues and recommendations More details here: UseCases Review of Policy languages and […]

Jan
30
2008

Suresh wrote a nice little tool, called RFC Vision, for visualizing RFC relationships.

Jan
29
2008

There is going to be another code sprint at the upcoming IETF meeting. Further information can be found here. When?  Saturday, 8 March 2008, begining at 9:30 AM Where? IETF Hotel in Philadelphia What? A bunch of hackers get together to work on code for the IETF website.  Some people may be porting of existing […]

Jan
28
2008

You can find the position papers of the following persons on this mailing list: Ray Atarashi: Collaboration between Application and Network Layers Yoshifumi Atarashi: Application Area Advice on use of Web and XML Leslie Daigle: Architecting of Identifier Expansion Lisa Dusseault: The Three Laws of Robotics Using HTTP as a Transport Joe Gregorio: A Theory of […]




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