draft-iab-rfc3356bis-04.txt   draft-iab-rfc3356bis-05.txt 
Internet Architecture Board (IAB) S. Trowbridge, Ed. Internet Architecture Board (IAB) S. Trowbridge, Ed.
Internet-Draft Alcatel-Lucent Internet-Draft Alcatel-Lucent
Obsoletes: 3356 E. Lear, Ed. Obsoletes: 3356 E. Lear, Ed.
Intended status: Informational Cisco Systems Intended status: Informational Cisco Systems
G. Fishman, Ed. G. Fishman, Ed.
Pearlfisher International Pearlfisher International
S. Bradner, Ed. S. Bradner, Ed.
Harvard University Harvard University
Expires: December 18, 2012 June 19, 2012 Expires: December 19, 2012 June 20, 2012
Internet Engineering Task Force and International Internet Engineering Task Force and International
Telecommunication Union - Telecommunication Standardization Telecommunication Union - Telecommunication Standardization
Sector Collaboration Guidelines Sector Collaboration Guidelines
draft-iab-rfc3356bis-04 draft-iab-rfc3356bis-05
Abstract Abstract
This document provides guidance to aid in the understanding of This document provides guidance to aid in the understanding of
collaboration on standards development between the International collaboration on standards development between the International
Telecommunication Union -- Telecommunication Standardization Telecommunication Union -- Telecommunication Standardization
Sector (ITU-T) and the Internet Society (ISOC) -- Internet Sector (ITU-T) and the Internet Society (ISOC) -- Internet
Engineering Task Force (IETF). It is an update of and obsoletes Engineering Task Force (IETF). It is an update of and obsoletes
RFC 3356. The updates reflect changes in the IETF and ITU-T RFC 3356. The updates reflect changes in the IETF and ITU-T
since RFC 3356 was written. The bulk of this document is common since RFC 3356 was written. The bulk of this document is common
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the ITU-T, the TSB has set up formal mailing lists for Questions, the ITU-T, the TSB has set up formal mailing lists for Questions,
working parties and other topics within study groups (more detail working parties and other topics within study groups (more detail
can be found on the ITU-T website). These mailing lists are can be found on the ITU-T website). These mailing lists are
typically used for ITU-T correspondence, including technical typically used for ITU-T correspondence, including technical
discussion, meeting logistics, reports, etc. Note that individual discussion, meeting logistics, reports, etc. Note that individual
subscribers to this list must be affiliated with an ITU-T member or subscribers to this list must be affiliated with an ITU-T member or
associate (at this time, there is no blanket inclusion of all IETF associate (at this time, there is no blanket inclusion of all IETF
participants as members, however, as a member, the ISOC focal point participants as members, however, as a member, the ISOC focal point
can facilitate access by IETF technical experts, liaison can facilitate access by IETF technical experts, liaison
representatives, or liaison managers). IETF participants may representatives, or liaison managers). IETF participants may
subscribe to ITU-T focus group email lists if they are citizens of subscribe to ITU-T focus group email lists if they are individuals
countries that are members of the ITU-T. from a country that is a member of the ITU-T.
2.5. Document Sharing 2.5. Document Sharing
During the course of ITU-T and IETF collaboration it is important to During the course of ITU-T and IETF collaboration it is important to
share working drafts and documents among the technical working share working drafts and documents among the technical working
groups. Initially proposed concepts and specifications typically groups. Initially proposed concepts and specifications typically
can be circulated by email (often just repeating the concept and not can be circulated by email (often just repeating the concept and not
including the details of the specification) on both the IETF and including the details of the specification) on both the IETF and
ITU-T mailing lists. In addition, working texts (or URLs) of draft ITU-T mailing lists. In addition, working texts (or URLs) of draft
Recommendations, Internet-Drafts or RFCs may also be sent between Recommendations, Internet-Drafts or RFCs may also be sent between
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Both ITU-T and IETF provide mechanisms for early discussion of Both ITU-T and IETF provide mechanisms for early discussion of
potential new work areas prior to the official start of work in an potential new work areas prior to the official start of work in an
ITU-T study group or creation of an IETF working group. ITU-T study group or creation of an IETF working group.
Objectives, methods and procedures for the creation and operation of Objectives, methods and procedures for the creation and operation of
ITU-T focus groups are defined in Recommendation ITU-T A.7. Focus ITU-T focus groups are defined in Recommendation ITU-T A.7. Focus
groups are frequently created in new work areas where there is a groups are frequently created in new work areas where there is a
need for deliverables to be produced on a specific topic within a need for deliverables to be produced on a specific topic within a
short timeframe. IETF participants who are not members or associates short timeframe. IETF participants who are not members or associates
of ITU-T may participate fully in the work of ITU-T focus groups if of ITU-T may participate fully in the work of ITU-T focus groups if
they are citizens of countries that are members of the ITU-T. they are individuals from a country that is a member of the ITU-T.
In the IETF, guidance for Birds Of a Feather (BoF) sessions is In the IETF, guidance for Birds Of a Feather (BoF) sessions is
provided in RFC 5434. Efforts that have not yet reached the working provided in RFC 5434. Efforts that have not yet reached the working
group stage may be discussed in BOF sessions.[13] These sessions group stage may be discussed in BOF sessions.[13] These sessions
typically gauge interest in pursuing creation of working groups. In typically gauge interest in pursuing creation of working groups. In
some cases, these discussions continue on mailing lists. some cases, these discussions continue on mailing lists.
2.8. Additional Items 2.8. Additional Items
2.8.1. IETF Information that may be of use to ITU-T participations 2.8.1. IETF Information that may be of use to ITU-T participations
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