Net2 meeting 06/20/2008
* TEP 4 and 135 * CTP dead files and bugs * Release
* Razvan, JHU * Om, USC * Phil, Stanford * Andreas, JHU
* TEP 4 and 135 updates (Om) * Collection simulation tutorial (Phil)
TEP 4 and 135
Phil: The introduction of TEP135 needs more text and reference to TEP4. References are inconsistent. Section headings are off. TEP4 citations are inconsistent. Also need to refer to the t-frame i-frame TEP. Change the reserves pool: 0x70-0x75 are actually reserved
Phil: For TEP 4 in Section 3 it would be useful to say that the chair would solicit people to declare the AM IDs they need "if possible". TEP 4 should reference TEP 135 as the list of AM IDs for release 2.1
Phil: Is there a TYMO AM ID?
Om: There was but I deleted it because it is not in the release. This means that the list of applications must change (TestTymo is out)
Om: TEP4 will go through review process. However, should TEP 135 be final?
Phil: There is no steering committee which makes it hard. We should tag the current version as draft and send to the tinyos-devel for comments.
CTP dead files and bugs
Om: CtpSenderC/P.nc are dead files.
Phil: The question is what happens if one wants to have CTP *and* MultihopLQI?
Om: In this case, they are not dead code but we need to make sure they work because they have not been tested in a while.
Om: CtpSenderP.nc claims to use CtpSenderC.nc which does not exist.
Phil: CollectionSender.c works around this. But there is still a problem. The answer is that it is dead code but should be fixed. Should be fixed *after* the release.
Om: Does it make sense to have the CtpInfo.getNeighborLink/Route calls?
Phil: This is necessary for any application where it is necessary to report the topology to the gateway
Om: The argument is the index to the table of neighbors. Is this the right interface?
Phil: It is. You call getnumneighbornum and iterate through them
Om: Is your intention to return ETX values? In this can case we need to change to 'regular' ETX from EETX (offset of 10)
Phil: Fix it after the release.
Om: Add comments
Om: I tested CTP with LPL, but the standard interface does not exist. Status is that CTP with LPL has been tested (will be included in the 2.1.1 release)
Om: We can include some CTP debugging scripts in the distribution. DeliveryRatio scripts makes sense
Phil: Where are the scripts going to go? TestNetwork? Sure
Om: Include it in the net2 wiki and provide information in README.
Om: I don't know where they will go but they are difficult to use due to the lack of timestamp
Om: Provide timestaps on serial
Phil: Not for now
Phil will write a tutorial on collection simulation
Om: No docs pending
Razvan: Tested Deluge with DIP and LPL. Slow but it works.