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  • IETF 111 Hackathon: Coding across time zones

    The IETF 111 Hackathon was held July 19-23, 2021. This was the 19th IETF Hackathon, and the 4th held as an online only event. For most people involved in the IETF the past several years, the IETF Hackathon marks the start of each IETF meeting.

    • Charles EckelIETF Hackathon Co-chair
    8 Sep 2021
  • IETF 111 post-meeting survey

    The results from our IETF 111 post-meeting survey are now available.

    • Jay DaleyIETF Executive Director
    23 Aug 2021
  • IETF Community Survey 2021

    In May 2021, the IETF Administration LLC (IETF LLC) on behalf of the IESG and in collaboration with the IAB distributed the first annual IETF community survey to all 56,000 addresses subscribed to IETF mailing lists. Its purpose was "To help better understand our community and its makeup, gather views on the IETF and how well it works for participants, and gain insight into how we compare to similar organisations".

    • Jay DaleyIETF Executive Director
    11 Aug 2021
  • Experiences from the first fully-online IAB workshop on Network Impacts of COVID-19

    The Internet Architecture Board (IAB) held its first fully-online workshop in November 2019, just before the IETF 109 meeting, to discuss the network impacts of the COVID-19 crisis.

    • Mirja KühlewindIAB Chair
    23 Jul 2021
  • Applied Networking Research Prize presentations at IETF 111

    Presentations on research into network specification and verification and on low-latency video streaming will be featured during the Internet Research Task Force Open session of the IETF 111 Online meeting scheduled for 26-30 July.

      22 Jul 2021

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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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