Perhaps you read our Rough Guide to IETF 93 and the individual blog posts on topics that are important to us here at the Internet Society. Specifically:
- Routing Resilience and Security
- DNSSEC, DANE, DPRIVE, and DNS Security
- Scalability & Performance
- Strengthening the Internet
- The IANA Transition
- Trust, Identity, and Privacy
But there’s nothing quite like seeing the IETF in action for yourself. You can go re-live the entire IETF experience, as all the slides and video archives are now available.
All the IETF Presentations
Just want to see the slides from the Working Groups and BoFs? Check out all the Chair Reports, slides, and other meeting materials at:
All the IETF Video Archives
Want to watch full sessions in all their glory? Meetecho was on hand to stream and record every single session in Prague. See the chairs, presenters, slides, and audience Q&A lines all in one view at:
The ISOC@IETF Briefing Panel
Not part of the official IETF agenda, our traditional Tuesday lunchtime briefing panel this time was on “Tackling Connectivity Diversity: Protocol Challenges for Constrained Radio Networks and Devices.” You can see the slides and watch the video archive of this session at:
(Note that we had some problems with the live stream in the beginning, and will be uploading a better quality video later this week.)
Remote Participation at IETF 94 in Yokohama
Remote participation options get better and better with every IETF. While most of the work still gets done on mailing lists, there are many valuable discussions that take place during the three in-person meetings each year. Even if you can’t make it to Yokohama for IETF 94, please watch this blog for our Rough Guide posts and the Remote Participation section of the IETF 94 website so you can be there virtually.
Plus, you can always follow us on social media as we lead up to Yokohama and once we’re onsite. Follow us on the Internet Technology Matters blog, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or via RSS for information as we get closer.
Finally, a question for you: What else can we at the Internet Society do to help? Are the Rough Guides useful? Is there some other topic you wish we would cover? What other comments, questions, or concerns do you have? We’d love your feedback!