The IAB has published RFC 9318: IAB Workshop Report: Measuring Network Quality for End-Users. Abstract: The Measuring Network Quality for End-Users workshop was held virtually by the Internet Architecture Board (IAB) on September 14-16, 2021. This report summarizes the workshop, the topics discussed, and some preliminary conclusions drawn at the end of the workshop. Note […]
The IAB has published RFC 9307: Report from the IAB Workshop on Analyzing IETF Data (AID) 2021. Abstract: The “Show me the numbers: Workshop on Analyzing IETF Data (AID)” workshop was convened by the Internet Architecture Board (IAB) from November 29 to December 2, 2021 and hosted by the IN-SIGHT.it project at the University of […]
The Internet Architecture Board (IAB) is organizing a workshop to discuss the Internet’s environmental impact, the evolving needs from industry, and areas for possible improvements and future work. While the focus is on technical aspects, the workshop’s scope includes the connected devices, applications, data centers, communications links, and other elements that make up the entire […]
The IAB has issued a call for papers for a workshop on Management Techniques in Encrypted Networks (M-TEN). Submissions are due by 2022-08-19.
This is the IAB report for the period between IETF 111 and IETF 112. This report presents a summary of activities. More detailed information on many of the topics is also available at https://www.iab.org. Minutes of all IAB business calls are available at https://www.iab.org/documents/minutes/. The IAB business calls are open for observation and the upcoming […]
The IAB has issued a call for papers for a Workshop on Analyzing IETF Data (AID).
The IAB has issued a call for papers for a virtual workshop on Measuring Network Quality for End-Users.
The IAB has posted a Call for Papers for the upcoming Exploring Synergy between Content Aggregation and the Publisher Ecosystem Workshop.
The IAB has posted a Call for Papers for the upcoming Design Expectations vs. Deployment Reality in Protocol Development Workshop.
Internet namespaces rely on Internet connected systems sharing a common set of assumptions on the scope, method of resolution, and uniqueness of the names. That set of assumption allowed the creation of URIs and other systems which presumed that you could authoritatively identify a service using an Internet name, a service port, and a set […]