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Date: Fri, 8 Feb 91 16:20:09 -0500
From: John T Kohl <jtkohl@MIT.EDU>
To: krbdev@MIT.EDU

0. next meeting.  Several attendees had to leave right after we broke
the meeting, so a time wasn't scheduled.  However, I'd like to try for
next Thursday (14 Feb 1991), @3:30 in E40-316.  IF YOU CAN'T MAKE IT,
please e-mail me and let me know.

1. status reports:

	jtkohl:	paper for EurOpen has been sent in.  copies available
		upon request.
		latest telnet ANSI-fied and integrated.

	tytso:	in the midst of doing API return-value stuff we agreed
		upon previously
		slave server (kprop/kpropd) done.

	jon:	busy with Athena/IS merger stuff
	jfc:	[was at a research project meeting, regarding work to
		finish degree requirements]

2. Security Dynamics
	They talked a bit about what their new product architecture is,
and wanted some feedback on how Kerberos v5 would fit into their scheme;
we gave them some, and gave them a copy of draft 4 of the spec.

	** John will follow up with Jeff Schiller/lawyers about alpha
test agreement, and send them the telnet authentication/encryption
drafts with a tape.

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