[dmarc-discuss] Upcoming DMARC BoF at IETF 87 in Berlin
fmartin at linkedin.com
Thu Jul 25 11:33:21 PDT 2013
To be a bit more pedantic.
The workgroup is to do a BCP on DMARC as to help implementations and operations, a kind of reading manual to the base spec, the base specs is being reviewed via comments and review in the mailing list as the spec is solid and we seem to be only in crossing the t and dotting the i mode.
Join the dmarc at ietf.org list and join the BOF remotely!
On Jul 25, 2013, at 10:36 AM, J. Trent Adams <jtrentadams at gmail.com> wrote:
> DMARC Folks -
> As the Chair of DMARC.org, I've been honored to help shepherd a
> conversation that started a few years ago about helping solve a major
> problem with direct-domain spoofing. Through that time we've reached a
> number of truly amazing milestones. Imagine, in just one year of
> deployment we have major mailbox providers such as Gmail, Yahoo,
> Outlook.com, Live.com, Hotmail.com, AOL, Comcast, Netease, Xs4All,
> Mail.ru protecting about 60% of the world's mailboxes (and ~80% of
> typical customers in the US). Incredible!
> Now we're approaching another major milestone: proposing the creation of
> DMARC Working Group within the IETF. To kick off that effort, we're
> holding an informal Birds of a Feather (or BoF) meeting at IETF 87 being
> held in Berlin next week. The DMARC BoF in Berlin is open to anyone who
> wants to join the conversation, so we hope you'll put it in your
> calendar to participate:
> Tuesday, July 30, 2013
> 3:20pm - 4:50pm Berlin Time
> (6:20am PDT / 9:20am EDT)
> Here's a link to the full agenda where you can find participation
> details for the DMARC BoF:
> And here's a link to the draft DMARC Work Group charter we'll be discussing:
> The item that's likely to be of the most interest to this group is the
> proposed "Using DMARC" document. Among the topics anticipated to be
> included in the document are:
> * Identifier alignment configuration options
> * Implementation decisions regarding "pct"
> * Determining effective RUA sending frequency
> * Leveraging policy caching
> * Various options for integrating within an existing flow
> * When and how to use local policy override options
> If you think that this document would be useful, and especially if you'd
> like to help contribute to it, join the BoF and share your support.
> Even if you think that the work needs to take another tack, we want to
> hear from you. It's through your involvement that the process will
> succeed (in whatever form it ends up taking).
> Given that many of you on this list are deployers and implementers of
> DMARC, you may not be following the technical specification discussion
> on the "dmarc at ietf.org" list. On that list we have been discussing how
> to move the DMARC specification through the IETF standardization
> process. It's not always smooth sailing, and the course is still being
> discussed, but it's really gratifying to see so many technical experts
> actively engaged and helping us make progress. Lend your voice to that
> conversation, too!
> In case you don't think that joining the BoF remotely will make a
> difference, I can vouch for the fact that the IETF is one of the most
> successful organizations at supporting remote participation. By
> listening to the live audio feed and joining the Jabber chat room you
> will have just as much impact as if you were physically in the room.
> Audio Stream:
> Jabber Info:
> Room: dmarc
> Server: jabber.ietf.org
> Live Scribe Logs:
> Your voice is important. If you feel that the work proposed in the
> DMARC WG Charter is valuable, please consider attending the BoF
> remotely. The work will undoubtedly be better through your participation.
> Thanks again, and I look forward to seeing you in Berlin (even if just
> in the Jabber Room)!
> J. Trent Adams
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