I agree with you, it would be better to shoot for something at IETF#72.
Sun will be interested in participating to some interop testing, and
can help with organizing it.
On Feb 11, 2008, at 7:20 PM, Kurt Zeilenga wrote:
On Jan 24, 2008, at 9:26 AM, Kurt Zeilenga wrote:
> I can bring the Isode M-Vault (server) and Sodium Sync (client). I
> suspect having OpenLDAP there will not be a problem. Will check to
> see if Apache DS can be there. Others are, of course, quite
I chatted with Chris and Lisa today regarding their plans. At
present, there are no plans on doing any interop testing at
IETF#71. They said that if we wanted to do some, they would try to
find us a room. Given the short notice, I'm thinking it better to
shoot for something at IETF#72 (Dublin) instead. However, if there
was strong interest in doing this at IETF#71, I'm willing to make
things happen (one way or the other).
I note that I will likely be submitting a LDAP BoF proposal for
IETF#72 to do work in both updating existing RFCs detailing LDAP
extensions as well as work on new extensions. (Please drop me a
private note if interested in co-chairing the BoF and/or the WG (if
approved). I prefer NOT to chair the WG myself.)
Ludovic Poitou Sun Microsystems Inc.
OpenDS Community Lead Directory Services
Grenoble Engineering Center - France
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