Internet Engineering Task Force and International Telecommunication Union - Telecommunications Standardization Sector Collaboration Guidelines
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Internet Architecture Board (IAB)                    S. Trowbridge, Ed.
Internet-Draft                                           Alcatel-Lucent
Obsoletes: 3356                                            E. Lear, Ed.
Intended status: Informational                            Cisco Systems
                                                        S. Bradner, Ed.
                                                     Harvard University
Expires: October 19, 2012                                April 19, 2012

          Internet Engineering Task Force and International
     Telecommunication Union - Telecommunications Standardization
                   Sector Collaboration Guidelines

                       draft-iab-rfc3356bis-01

Abstract

   This document provides guidance to aid in the understanding of
   collaboration on standards development between the International
   Telecommunication Union -- Telecommunication Standardization
   Sector (ITU-T) and the Internet Society (ISOC) -- Internet
   Engineering Task Force (IETF).  It is an update of and obsoletes
   RFC 3356.  The updates reflect changes in the IETF and ITU-T
   since RFC 3356 was written.  The bulk of this document is common
   text with ITU-T Supplement 3 to the ITU-T A-Series
   Recommendations.

   Note:  This was approved by ITU-T TSAG on xx July 2012 as a
   Supplement to the ITU-T A-Series of Recommendations (will be
   numbered as A-Series Supplement 3).

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Table of Contents

   1. Scope..........................................................4
   2. Introduction...................................................4
   3. Guidance on Collaboration......................................5
      3.1. How to Interact on ITU-T or IETF Work Items...............5
         3.1.1. How the ITU-T is informed about Existing IETF Work
         Items.......................................................5
         3.1.2. How the ITU-T is informed about proposed new IETF work
         items.......................................................5
         3.1.3. How the IETF is informed about ITU-T Work Items......6
      3.2. Representation............................................6
         3.2.1. IETF Recognition at ITU-T............................6
         Experts and representatives from the IETF that are chosen by
         IETF leadership may participate in ITU-T meetings as ISOC
         delegates. The ISOC focal point will facilitate registration
         and verification of these people, as appropriate............6
         3.2.2. ITU-T Recognition at ISOC/IETF.......................7
         3.2.3. Communication Contacts...............................7
         3.2.4. Communication........................................8
         3.2.5. Mailing Lists........................................8
      3.3. Document Sharing..........................................9
         3.3.1. IETF to ITU-T........................................9
         3.3.2. ITU-T to IETF.......................................10
         3.3.3. ITU-T & IETF........................................10
      3.4. Simple Cross Referencing.................................11
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