|This is a personal archive of work in progress within the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), so it's not really part of Lloyd's publications.|
Currently active: Saratoga and related delay-tolerant networking drafts.
Here at present are a number of internet drafts, expired internet drafts, and slides from related talks. A summary reference list in text is available, as is a summary from Jari Arkko's authorstats. Published so far:
My visible effects on the IETF document process are mere fading ripples still seen in the reflecting pool that is watersprings. Acknowledgements are listed separately. I've attended a number of IETF meets: IETF 51, nearby in London, IETF 69 in Chicago, to talk about Saratoga (and also ANCP), then IETF 71 in Philadelphia, 72 in Dublin, 73 in Minneapolis and 75 in Stockholm, for DTN-related work. Try this search for my individual drafts.
Armware's RFC index and
x42's RFC index
are also useful.
Follow IESG work on drafts with their draft tracker.
List all Lloyd's IETF contributions newest-first in reverse-chronological order.
In RFC8086 as a result of discussion in the Transport Area working group.
In RFC7510 as a result of explaining port pollution (IPv4) and network pollution (IPv6) when UDP checksums are turned off in the MPLS workgroup. In RFC7258/BCP188 as a result of arguing strongly against it during very hasty last-call discussion on the main IETF discussion list.
In RFC7242 as a result of discussion in the Delay Tolerant Networking Research Group.
In RFC6256 as a result of discussion in the Delay Tolerant Networking Research Group.
In RFC6151 as a result of last-call discussion on the main IETF discussion list.
In RFC4838 as a result of discussion in the Delay Tolerant Networking Research Group.
In RFC4591 as a result of discussion in the PWE3 working group.
In RFC3449/BCP69 and RFC3155/BCP50 as a result of discussion in the PILC working group.
In RFC3309 as a result of discussion in the Transport Area working group.
In RFC3260 as a result of discussion in the Diffserv working group.
Lloyd Wood (L.Wood@society.surrey.ac.uk)
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