Remote Participation

Many remote participation options are offered for an IETF meeting.

Key Info

Audio Streaming 

Room/Channel/Audio

Jabber/XMPP Groupchat

Each Working Group/BOF session has an associated chatroom that is open during the meeting. The session scribe will type a running commentary as to what is going on in the room. During question time, remote participants can type questions into the chatroom and the scribe will pass the question along to the speaker.

Generally speaking, the chatroom name is the working group acronym@jabber.ietf.org, e.g. alto@jabber.ietf.org. Plenary sessions use the chatroom plenary@jabber.ietf.org.

For general chat and nonspecific conversations, connect to hallway@jabber.ietf.org.  Hallway is the default social chatroom for the IETF.

Please note that there may be a time difference between the video and text live streams. 

Meetecho

For Meetecho information, please see the Meetecho @ IETF93 page.

Mailing Lists

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