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IETF Tools and Dallas

  • Jari ArkkoIETF Chair

10 Mar 2015

We will once again have a Code Sprint, now in Dallas prior to IETF-92.

Please come and build the feature into the IETF tooling that you always wanted to have, or help the rest of the tools team in making the updates they want to do.

When: Saturday, March 21, 2015, beginning at 9:30 AM and running until 6 PM.

Where: The IETF meeting hotel (The Fairmont) and the room Brasserie.

What: A bunch of hackers get together to work on code for the IETF data tracker, web site and other tools. Some people may be working on improvements in existing functionality, others may be adding exciting new functionality. All code will become part of the open source IETF tools. Who: Hopefully you can help.

Henrik Levkowetz and Robert Sparks will be coordinating the efforts (thanks!). Please support the tools development effort, join the volunteer team and contribute!

The wiki for the sprint, along with a sign-up sheet, is at:

http://trac.tools.ietf.org/tools/ietfdb/wiki/IETF92Sprint


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