IETF 119 starts Saturday 16 March and runs through Friday afternoon, 22 March.
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
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.
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 …
A detailed guide to IETF meetings, how they work, what to expect, and how to get the best from them.
We use a variety of technologies to support meetings which we recommend participants are familiar with to get the most from the meetings.
The IETF provides limited support for meetings held during IETF meetings that are not part of the official agenda.
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.