We have demonstrated an implementation of the LOWPAN-MIB at the Low-power Lossy Networks (LLN) plugfest, which took place on Sunday before the 90th IETF meeting. We showed how to access the counters via our Contiki SNMP implementation and Contiki's CoAP implementation. The plugfest was overall very interesting and very well organized. People involved in several interesting projects attended the plugfest and it was nice to get into personal contact. Further details can be found on the plugfest slides.
Some of us attended the 80th IETF meeting in Prague and we used the opportunity to demonstrate the NETCONF protocol running on AVR Raven motes (so called class 1 devices). Of course, these devices only support a subset of NETCONF, which we call NETCONF Light. Our goal was to prove that it is possible to implement a workable subset of NETCONF even on very resource constrained devices. On more powerful motes, such as Econotag motes, it should be possible to run an almost complete NETCONF stack.