Workshop on Revisiting IP QoS: Why do we care, what have we learned? (RIPQOS)
For over a decade the Internet engineering and research community has debated,
designed, and ignored IP Quality of Service tools and techniques. There's a sense
that something might be needed, but little agreement on why and who will pay.
At times the very notion of QoS has seemed to be a pointless waste of time, almost
a solution waiting for a problem. This workshop is an opportunity for researchers
and practitioners to discuss the history of IP QoS research and development, review
what could have been done better, and perhaps develop a new focus going forward.
Important Dates (tentative)
| Submission deadline||March 31, 2003|
|Notification of acceptance||May 26, 2003|
| Camera ready papers||June 16, 2003|
| Workshop date||August 27, 2003|
Workshop Chair: Grenville Armitage, Swinburne University of Technology
Workshop Program Committee: