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IAB report to the community before IETF 97

Dear colleagues, This is the usual IAB report to the community about our activities since the previous meeting (in this case, since IETF 96 in Berlin). As ever, we hope that this form allows you to prepare topics you might want to discuss during the open mic. But of course, if you have views you want to make known […]

Report from the IAB before IETF 96

Dear colleagues, This is the usual IAB report to the community about our activities since the previous meeting (in this case, since IETF 95 in Buenos Aires). As ever, we hope that this form allows you to prepare topics you might want to discuss during the open mic. But of course, if you have views you want to make […]

Report from the IAB before IETF 95

Dear colleagues, This is the report to the community from the IAB about our activities since IETF 94 (which was in Yokohama). We used to go over much of this sort of material in the plenary sessions. Shorter time for plenary sessions in the weekly agenda led us to try this form of report, and it was popular. So […]

Report from the IAB at IETF 94

Dear colleagues, This is the report from the IAB to the community about our activities since IETF 93. We’re taking the occasion of the compressed plenary to move more of our reporting to this email, which we’ll send before meetings. Of course, we encourage as ever discussion of things you want to raise in the plenary. We hope, however, […]

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Update from I* Meeting

On 30 April and 1 May 2015, Ted Hardie and I participated in a meeting of several Internet organizations. Jari Arkko and Barry Leiba brought an IETF perspective to the meeting; other participants came from ISOC, the various RIRs, the W3C, several ccTLDs, and ICANN. All these involved organizations share an abiding, firm commitment to […]

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