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Report from IAB workshop on Analyzing IETF Data (AID) 2021 published

    28 Sep 2022

    The Internet Architecture Board (IAB) has published the official report from the workshop on Analyzing IETF Data (AID) 2021.

    The IAB Workshop on Analyzing IETF Data (AID) workshop held 29 November to 1 December 2021 was convened to understand how available data could be used to improve IETF processes, help create better standards that see increased implementation and deployment, and aid IETF authors, leadership and community members.

    The final report just published as RFC 9307 follows on a previously posted impressions from IETF by workshop program committee member, Niels ten Oever, who also presented during the IAB Open session held during the IETF 113 meeting. For further updates on work underway by the IAB, stay tuned for the IAB Open session expected during the upcoming IETF 115 meeting to be held on 5-11 November 2022 in London and online.

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