wiki:111sidemeetings

Public Side Meetings at IETF 111

IETF participants occasionally organize side meetings around IETF meetings to discuss topics of interest to some portion of the IETF community. While these are side meetings, the IETF does provide this wiki to register the topics, contact persons, dates and times, and other information about the meetings being planned. This page provides details for side meetings around IETF 111 Online.

Notes about public side meetings

  • Side meetings posted here should be open for anyone to attend and are subject to the IETF Note Well.
  • Side meetings do not record attendance ("blue sheets") as is done during IETF working groups sessions.
  • Since there are many freely available conferencing services, the IESG has decided not to provide conferencing support for side meetings.
  • Active consent from participants should be sought by organizers for any side meeting that is recorded.
  • Side meeting dates and times should be listed in UTC. For help converting time zones, please use a tool like Time Zone Converter. UPDATE: For reference, IETF 111 sessions are scheduled between 19:00 and 01:00 UTC.

If you would like to provide an .ics file for a side meeting, please put the link in the appropriate column below.

Steps to schedule a side meeting

  1. Please choose the day that you want to meet.
  2. Please select the time that best accommodates your group and complete the table fields. At a minimum, please make sure to provide a meeting name, point of contact and meeting description.
  3. Please arrange your own conferencing service and put the link in the table.

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MONDAY 26 JULY

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TUESDAY 27 JULY

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16:00 UTC IRTF Future Internet Protocol Evolution Charles Perkins (charliep@…) Recent research suggests the need for reconsidering some of the basics of the Internet protocol stack. For example, caching, load balancing, and the emergence of large private networks can be considered as leading to changing the basic end-to-end architecture of the Internet. Experience with a range of modern applications suggests improvements if the network would meet certain new requirements. The relentless barrage of attacks attempting to gain control of (or deny access to) network resources screams out for improvement of the underlying security of the network. In this side meeting a few network-level research topics will be presented along with a discussion about possible future work in the IRTF. Each speaker will have 12 minutes with a few minutes for questions. Agenda
Layer Independent Security Services (Robert Moskowitz)
Mesh Callsign Service (Phillip Hallam-Baker)
Hexa-X (Hannu Flinck)
Network programmability - (r)evolution of IP (Stefano Salsano)
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WEDNESDAY 28 JULY

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15:00 UTC Public Interest Technology Group Mallory Knodel (mknodel@…) Open to all to discuss issues at the IETF/IRTF in the public interest. https://cdt-org.zoom.us/j/4841147622 ICS File
17:00 UTC Evolving and Revitalizing the Internet Adrian Farrel (adrian@…) Open meeting to discuss routing research challenges arising from evolving beyond and revitalizing the Internet. Bring some speakers with ideas on revitalizing the Internet. Discuss the implications for routing and for research. Agenda
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18:00 UTC TSV PDMv2 and HPKE Nalini Elkins (nalini.elkins@…) Discuss encryption of PDM using HPKE. Describe how HPKE works. https://zoom.us/j/7058470584?pwd=SURkcmxIcHRqWVBiTVI0SXJJYS84dz09
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THURSDAY 29 JULY

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17:00 UTC SATCOM activities within IETF and IRTF Nicolas Kuhn, Gorry Fairhurst and Debopam Bhattacherjee There is SATCOM activity across different research groups at the IETF and the IRTF. The objective of this side meeting is to discuss the need to formalize the activity around this use case. https://meet.jit.si/SideMeetingSATCOM-IETF-IRTF
18:00 UTC ART Web Multicast with webtrans Bar Bof Jake Holland (jholland@…) Bar Bof: Multicast for Web traffic, with W3C Multicast Community Group intro, and Web Multicast Security Considerations (slides, video) (akamai.webex.com Meeting #145 080 7980, pw=multicast) ICS
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FRIDAY 30 JULY

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18:00 UTC Video Ingest over QUIC Alan Frindell Discuss Video Ingest over QUIC, see agenda https://github.com/afrind/draft-rush/blob/main/meeting-materials/agenda.2021.07.03.md https://fb.zoom.us/j/96613780902 passcode: 061119
1:00 UTC Security COVID-19 Certificate Security and Privacy Harry Halpin See SAAG discussion, will start meeting after CFRG meeting ends https://meet.nymte.ch/covid
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