[P4-Apps] Updated invitation: P4 Applications Working Group Meeting @ Thu Feb 15, 2018 10am - 11:30am (PST) (p4-apps at lists.p4.org)

mhira at vmware.com mhira at vmware.com
Tue Feb 13 22:05:27 EST 2018

This event has been changed.

Title: P4 Applications Working Group Meeting
Meeting Location: Barefoot Networks, 4750 Patrick Henry Dr, Santa Clara, CA  
95054Meeting time: 10 am to 11:30 am PST (GMT - 8)If you are attending in  
person, please plan on arriving a few minutes earlier to allow for parking  
and signing in.Remote attendees may attend using Google Hangouts  
will continue to focus on closing open issues  
(https://github.com/p4lang/p4-applications/issues)Specific agenda items  
-Indicating presence of INT metadata in unencapsulated TCP/UDP packets  
- We will review edits around the proposals that Rajesh and  
Heidi presented a few weeks ago on using IPv4 header options and  
probe markers. JK Lee will present some scenarios to be accounted  
for when using DSCP bits.Mukesh will present use-cases for reporting  
both logical port IDs and physical port IDs in INT metadataWe will discuss  
proposal by Marvell to add new "Checksum complement" metadata which can be  
used to make L4 checksum neutral updates.We would like to add  
that we are targeting releasing version 1.0 of the data plane and  
report format specifications by end of March. Please call out issues you  
would like to be addressed in version 1.0 at the upcoming meetings and  
create issues on GitHub. (changed)
When: Thu Feb 15, 2018 10am – 11:30am Pacific Time
Where: Barefoot Networks, 4750 Patrick Henry Dr, Santa Clara, CA 95054  
Calendar: p4-apps at lists.p4.org
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