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      Hawaii BoF Proposals Due Soon

        22 Sep 2014

        New IETF work begins often as a proposed new working group, through something called a Birds-of-a-Feather (BoF) session.

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        This blog article is here to remind you that all BoF requests are due Friday for the November IETF meeting in Honolulu.

        Here are the important deadlines:

        • 2014-09-26 (Friday): Cut-off date for requests to schedule Working Group meetings at UTC 23:59. To request a Working Group session, use the Session Request Tool.
        • 2014-09-26 (Friday): Cut-off date for BOF proposal requests to Area Directors at UTC 23:59. To request a BOF, please see instructions on Requesting a BOF.
        • 2014-10-03 (Friday): Cut-off date for Area Directors to approve BOFs at UTC 23:59.
        • 2014-10-10 (Friday): Preliminary agenda published for comment.

        You can also register for the meeting. Much of our hotel block in the main meeting hotel (Hilton Hawaiian Village) has been used up, but there are plenty of nearby hotels.

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