Who decides what it takes to make an Internet Standard?
A recent IETF draft warns of Atlanteans bearing eels. Believe it or not, it’s actually making a decent point.
Guest Post: Take a five-minute survey to help prioritize work on a new Dynamic Coalition looking into speeding up the Internet standards process.
Guest Post: Take this survey to help an IGF pilot project team understand challenges in adoption of security standards and protocols.
A changing Internet poses some tough questions for the IETF.
Are our security and privacy standards keeping pace with the progression and use of technology?
What do we expect from protocols, and how do standards affect deployment?
Geoff takes a look at the initial design expectations and the deployment realities of BGP and DNSSEC.
What is the role of a technology standards body? Should it try and be all things to all people? Or should it try and maintain focus and resist pressures for change?
APNIC attended the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) 90, held from 20 to 25 July 2014 in Toronto, Canada.
The IETF is an open Internet standards body that functions under the guidance of the Internet …