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  • IETF 117 Highlights

    IETF 117 is a few weeks behind us and Dhruv Dhody, IAB Member and liaison to the IESG, took the opportunity to report on a few highlights and some impressions.

    • Dhruv DhodyIAB Member and liaison to the IESG
    21 Aug 2023
  • Proposed response to meeting venue consultations and the complex issues raised

    The IETF Administration LLC recently sought feedback from the community on the possibility of holding an IETF Meeting in the cities of Beijing, Istanbul, Kuala Lumpur and Shenzhen, with received feedback including views that were well expressed and well argued but strongly conflicting. The IETF LLC has considered this feedback in-depth and now seeks community feedback on its proposed response.

    • Jay DaleyIETF Executive Director
    21 Aug 2023
  • Submit Birds of a Feather session proposals for IETF 118

    Now's the time to submit Birds of a Feather session (BOFs) ideas for the IETF 118 meeting 4-10 November 2023, with proposals due by 8 September.

      16 Aug 2023
    • Applied Networking Research Workshop 2023 Review

      More than 250 participants gathered online and in person for ANRW 2023, the academic workshop that provides a forum for researchers, vendors, network operators, and the Internet standards community to present and discuss emerging results in applied networking research.

      • Maria ApostolakiANRW Program co-chair
      • Francis YanANRW Program co-chair
      16 Aug 2023
    • IETF 117 post-meeting survey

      IETF 117 San Francisco was held 22-28 July 2023 and the results of the post-meeting survey are now available on a web-based interactive dashboard.

      • Jay DaleyIETF Executive Director
      11 Aug 2023

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    IETF 99 Wrap Up

    • Suresh KrishnanInternet Area Director

    26 Jul 2017

    IETF Internet Area Director Suresh Krishnan provides a brief wrap up from IETF 99.

    More than 1200 participants gathered in Prague for IETF 99, and nearly 500 individuals registered for remote participation. The IETF Hackathon preceding IETF 99 informed work during the meeting, and gathered more than 200 people--the most ever. Noted highlights during IETF 99 included work on:

    • TLS 1.3
    • QUIC
    • YANG
    There were also several working groups that covered various aspects of the Internet of Things. In addition, work during the IETF Code Sprint helped improve the tools used by IETF participants as they develop the standards themselves. The next IETF meeting, IETF 100, will be held in Singapore on 11-17 November 2017.

    For all the details, watch Suresh's summary.

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