27 Jun 2016

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engelke: Working on deriveBits, deriveKeys
... Jim is doing import and export
... then all that is left wrap

hhalpin: vacation plans?

engelke: It was nice if there were feedback

focus the next meeting on getting the browser vendors to go through your pull requests

engelke: One way to do this, submitted bug reports to chrome
... worked on all of them
... so they agreed with those
... Shockingly little
... mostly wrong errors from the older spec
... No padding errors, they are just passing in it through
... There is one thing
... 192 bit AES
... Google does

<hhalpin_> then by strict process, we'd have drop 192 bits AES-CTR

<hhalpin_> we really do want notes areas across ALL browsers

<hhalpin_> any places where it doesn't, we do want note that

<hhalpin_> between chrome and mozilla 192 bit

Summary of Action Items

Summary of Resolutions

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