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  • New Internet Architecture Board, IETF Trust, IETF LLC and Internet Engineering Task Force Leadership Announced

    Members of the incoming Internet Architecture Board (IAB), the IETF Trust, the IETF Administration LLC (IETF LLC) Board of Directors, and the Internet Engineering Steering Group (IESG)—which provides leadership for the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)—have been officially announced, with new members selected by the 2021-2023 IETF Nominating Committee.

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      • Grant GrossIETF Blog Reporter
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      • Colin PerkinsIAB Member
      • Jari ArkkoIAB Member
      6 Jan 2023

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    IETF 106 Starts Soon

      13 Nov 2019

      Looking ahead to IETF 106 taking place 16-22 November 2019 in Singapore? Here are a few final items to consider before the meeting starts.

      Register for IETF 106

      Be sure you have registered for the meeting. If you are planning to be in Singapore, there’s still time to register for in-person participation. Looking to participate but not in Singapore? Be sure to register as a remote participant.

      Prepare for your first IETF meeting

      If this is your first IETF meeting—or one of your first—there are many resources available to get you up to speed before the meeting starts. And, on Sunday, there is a set of dedicated sessions just for newcomers. Check out the IETF 106 Newcomers page to learn about them all.

      Check out the IETF Hackathon

      Hundreds of participants are gathering at the IETF Hackathon to work on running code to make the Internet work better as the IETF 106 meeting gets underway. If you haven’t already signed up, there's still time to join!

      Tune in to livestreams

      Remote participation is available for every meeting session via Meetecho. Check out the video camera icon next to the session you’d like to join in the IETF 106 meeting agenda. You can also check out select sessions via the IETF Live webpage.

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