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IETF 104 Live

Recordings of all sessions from IETF 104 are available via the IETF YouTube channel.

The IETF 104 meeting took place 23-29 March 2019. In addition to the sessions below, recordings of all sessions are now available on the IETF YouTube channel. The meeting agenda included a full schedule of working group sessions, Birds of a Feather gatherings, and a plenary session, as well as an IETF Hackathon. Read the IETF 104 Preview post on the IETF Blog for more detail about work underway in Prague this week.

  • Newcomers' overview

    This tutorial (11:30-12:30 UTC on 24 March 2019) provided introductions to a number of aspects of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).

  • Tutorial: GitHub Tools

    This tutorial held at 12:45-13:45 UTC on 24 March 2019 provided information about using Github for work in the IETF.

  • Tutorial: How to Create an Internet-Draft Using XML or Markdown

    This tutorial (11:30-12:30 UTC on 24 March 2019) provided an overview of xml2rfc v3 and markdown, two tools available to create an Internet-Draft.

  • IRTF Open

    The Internet Research Task Force (IRTF) Open session at IETF 104 was held at 12:50 to 14:50 UTC on 25 March 2019. The session included Applied Network Research Prize presentations.

  • Quantum Internet Proposed Research Group

    The Quantum Internet Proposed Research Group (QIRG).session at IETF 104 was held at 15:10 to 17:10 UTC on 25 March 2019.

  • IETF Plenary

    On 27 March 2019 (16:10-18:40 UTC) the IETF 104 plenary session includes the usual administrative topics.

  • Host Speaker Series: Telemetry – Industry Status, Challenges, and IETF Opportunities

    Telemetry is the new buzzword in the industry these days. At 11:30 - 12:15 UTC on 28 March, Frank Brockners and Benoît Claise will address key questions, such as What is telemetry at the network, application, and business level?