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While most IETF work takes place online, meetings and other events such as Hackathons provide in-person opportunities to advance work within the IETF.

  • IETF 119 Brisbane

    IETF 119 Brisbane 

    IETF 119 starts Saturday 16 March and runs through Friday afternoon, 22 March.

  • Bits-n-Bites

    Upcoming meetings 

    IETF Meetings are held three times per year around the world to promote in-person attendance by IETF participants. Interim meetings are organized between IETF meetings to focus on specific issues

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    Interim Meetings 

    The work of the IETF is largely conducted over mailing lists; however, some working groups also occasionally hold "interim" meetings, either face-to-face or virtually.

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    Past Meetings 

    List of all previous IETF plenary meetings, records of the proceedings and post-meeting surveys. The 'Proceedings' of a meeting is where you find links to the agenda, minutes, presentations, video …

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    Guide to IETF Meetings 

    A detailed guide to IETF meetings, how they work, what to expect, and how to get the best from them.

  • Rasberry PI at IETF Hackathon

    Meeting network and technology 

    We use a variety of technologies to support meetings which we recommend participants are familiar with to get the most from the meetings.

  • Internationalization Review Procedures BoF

    Side Meetings and Private Meetings 

    The IETF provides limited support for meetings held during IETF meetings that are not part of the official agenda.

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    Meeting Planning 

    Information about how we plan where and when to hold our meetings, the community requirements that we aim to fulfill in venue selection, and policies regarding meeting planning.

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