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Catching up on IETF 116

1 Apr 2023

Recordings are now available for sessions held during the IETF 116 meeting and the IETF Hackathon, where more than 1700 participants gathered in Yokohama and online 25-31 March 2023.

IETF 116 Hackathon

With more than 100 working sessions, a 2-day IETF Hackathon, a mid-week plenary session, and many more activities during the week, it's no surprise that even the most diligent meeting participant may have missed a session (or two) during the IETF 116 meeting week.

If you are looking to catch up, recordings and materials from every working session are now available on the IETF 116 agenda page. Recordings of the meeting plenary, Internet Research Task Force Applied Networking Research Prize presentations, the Internet Architecture Board open session, and the presentation about the emerging Quantum Internet organized meeting host WIDE Project are now available on the IETF Youtube channel.

IETF 115 Hackathon-Web

Thanks to all the meeting participants and meeting host WIDE Project, as well as all the meeting sponsors, including Akamai, Cisco, Ericsson, Huawei, Oracle Could Services and ICANN, for an incredible meeting.

Up next is IETF 117 San Francisco, 23-29 July 2023!


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