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Date: Fri, 26 Apr 91 16:52:58 -0400
From: John T Kohl <jtkohl@MIT.EDU>
To: krbdev@MIT.EDU

0. next meeting is 10 May 1991, 3:30 in E40-316

0a. at the 10 May TANSTAAFL, John Kohl will be doing a dry run of his
presentation for the Tromsoe conference

1.  user2user code: <jtkohl> reprts it's limping along as of this
afternoon.  Still needs some rough edges sanded & such.

2.  gss_api: <tytso> reports making some progress, but he's discovered
some problems with using it for Kerberos; see the discuss
meeting/mailing list for details.  Hopefully this'll be fixed before

3.  library change proposal:  while it has technical merits, the risk of
screwing up are deemed too great at this stage in the game.

<jis> mutters about lack of structure tags making a change after beta a
real problem.

3.  attack plan for May: still nebulous; mostly a "get comfortable with
the code" deal.
It also includes some "knowledge transfer" from <jtkohl> to <tytso>
about things, including:
	anonymous FTP area
	release building & such
	Imakefile munging
	ISODE stuff
	install docs
<jtkohl> will certainly not be around MIT in July, and June is not certain.

4. other stuff:
	Security Dynamics is apparently making excessive claims about
what we're doing w.r.t. smart cards & public key cryptography. Other
companies (e.g. Simpact, Motorola) are "quite interested" as well.
We should be careful in what we say so as not to mislead people.


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