2016 Retreat

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Dates and Location

Dates: 17-18 May 2016

Location: Cambridge, MA

Venue: EMC, 11 Cambridge Center, Meeting Room: Collaboration Center, 1st floor (more like mezzanine level, up one set up stairs) AKA 145 Broadway

Hotel

The Kendall Hotel 350 Main St. Cambridge, MA 02142

Rate: $269.00 USD + 14.45% tax + $14.95 user fee.

IMPORTANT: The rate you will see when you make the reservation on the website will be $299.00 + 14.45% tax + $14.95, but you will only be charged $269.00 + 14.45% tax + $14.95 user fee.

Included in this rate are the following:

  • Full American Breakfast Buffet
  • High-speed Internet access in rooms and throughout the hotel
  • Nightly wine hour from 5:00pm-6:00pm
  • Access to Cambridge Athletic Club - nearby fitness center
  • In-room local and toll free calls
  • Business Center
  • Copies & faxes (up to 10 pages)
  • Parking at $15 per night, available for registered hotel guests only, one vehicle per reservation. The vehicle can remain in the garage until 4:00 PM the day of check-out.


URL for reservations: http://www.kendallhotel.com

  • Code for IAB: ISEG
    • (Note: It's "ISEG," not "IESG")
  • Phone #: +1.617.577.1300 (Monday-Friday 9:00am-9:00pm ET)

Reservations cut-off date is April 8, 2016, no exceptions.

Cancellation: Cancellations must be received by 3:00 PM (Boston, MA time) 14 days before arrival, if less, the credit card used to secure this reservation will be charged one night room and taxes; for cancellations received less than 7 days prior to the arrival date, guest will be charged the full booking amount (Total Stay amount). Amendments (changes in dates or length of stay) to this reservation may cause a change in rates.

  • Check-in: 3:00 PM
  • Checkout: 11:00 AM
  • Late check-out will be charged $75.00.
  • Late check-out after 2:00 PM will be charged one night's room and tax.

Proposed Topics

  • IPROC Program Membership
  • Interaction with W3C (possibly social time?)
  • IPv4 status (30m) - Lee
  • Cross-org workshops (CARIS, IOTSI, etc.)
  • New liaisons to ICANN implied by the transition.
  • Approval of the RFC Format document suite (hold 30m for discussion, hopefully we can release this) - Joe
  • When does IoT become a program?
  • Program review review--how is the new pace and structure working out?
  • How the IAB does architecture within the IAB (IAB programs, workshops, tech chats, etc.) - Andrew
  • Slouching toward Catanets (SDN, 5g, and friends)
  • Trend toward app-specific deployments on Mobile platforms, and away from open, linkable web.
    • Have we ploughed the green field into which walled gardens are built?
  • The peril and reality of political entanglement
  • Reviving making the i1b.org wiki (mostly?) public
  • IAB document status (what is the IAB writing right now) - Martin

AGENDA

Monday 2016-05-16

  • 1900 - 2030 Unofficial: Dinner (Reservations for six people at 7:00pm as "Lee Howard": http://www.catalystrestaurant.com/ )
    • Exit hotel, turn left, walk one block, turn right on Technology Square. 300 Technology Square, Cambridge. Catalyst Restaurant.
  • 2030 - 2100 Mead Hall, Corner of Ames and Broadway (Suzanne)

Tuesday 2016-05-17

Morning Session: 9:00

  • 1. Report out from IESG Retreat (Brian, 10 mins)
  • 2. RFC Series (Joe, 30 min)
  • 3. How the IAB Does Architecture (Andrew, mostly discussion, 30 min)
  • 4. Status of IPv4 (Lee, 40 mins)
  • 5. 1130-1200: Program Review Review (Ted, 30 mins)

Lunch: 12:00

Afternoon Session: 13:30

  • 6. When Does IoT Become a Program? (Dave, 45 mins)
  • 7. Cross-Organization Workshops (Ted/Dave, 30 mins)
  • 8. i1b.org wiki publication (Robert, 45 min)
  • 9. IPROC Membership
  • 10. New ICANN Liaison Relationships implied by the transition
  • 11. Tech Plenary
  • 12. Tech Chats

Evening

  • 1700: Akamai NOCC Tour
    • Meet in the 150 Broadway lobby by 1650

Wednesday 2016-05-18

Morning Session: 9:00

  • 0900-0930: IAB Document Status/Goals (Martin, doc shepherds 30 min)
  • 0930-1000: RSOC Makeup
  • 1000-1100: The Peril and Reality of Politics (Andrew, guests, mostly discussion, 60 min)
  • 1100-1115: Break
  • 1115-1200: NTIA Response

Lunch: 12:00

Afternoon Session: 13:30

  • 1330-1400: Parking Lot 2: Homenet Names (Suzanne, Ralph)
  • 1400-1500: Slouching toward Catenets (Ted, 60 min)
  • 1500-1515: Break
  • 1515-1600: Parking Lot 3: ISOC Bylaws, Programs Description (datatracker tooling), Routing Security, ITAC
  • 1600-1620: Wrap Up

Afternoon Tea: 16:30

  • 1630: Afternoon Tea with W3C

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