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Welcome to IETF 91!

8 Nov 2014

I wanted to welcome everyone to the 91st IETF meeting that is starting tomorrow, November 9th, here in Honolulu, Hawaii. I also wanted to welcome our remote attendees!

IETF 91 T-shirt

The host for this meeting is Cisco. I am very happy about their support! Our connectivity sponsor is Time Warner Cable, welcome reception sponsor is NBCUniversal, and the other sponsors are  bright house networksCableCableLabsCablevisionCharterComcastCox, and Rogers. Thank you! Without your support this meeting would not be possible.

The meeting agenda can be found here, the floor plans (which you will need!) are here, remote attendance tools here, and presentations online are in here. And if you are on site, and for some reason have not registered, you can just walk up to the registration desk and register.

I have written about interesting new work in a blog article, Jim Martin has written about what it took to build the IETF network for the meeting in his blog entry (the instructions for in-room Internet are also useful).

Also, various ISOC people have written excellent guides to where discussions are ongoing at the IETF:

New to the IETF or exploring new topics? On Sunday there are many tutorials, all held by volunteer experts. Well worth attending! We also have a lot of material that you can watch and browse at any time, on both the IETF as well as Internet technology. Take a look at the materials that we have gathered.

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