[108all] IETF 108 Online Day 4 update

Greg Wood <ghwood@ietf.org> Thu, 30 July 2020 10:37 UTC

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A few notes ahead of the fourth day of IETF 108 meeting sessions scheduled to start at 1100 UTC on 30 July 2020:

Applied Networking Research Workshop
Sessions for the ACM/IRTF Applied Networking Research Workshop (ANRW) begin today. ANRW-only registrants must use their ANRW registration number (sent via email) to join ANRW sessions. Participants who have registered for both IETF 108 and ANRW can join with their IETF Datatracker login. ANRW sessions are listed in the IETF Datatracker meeting agenda and on the IRTF website:


Social and hallway space
You can find virtual IANA, RFC Editor, and meeting registration desks — and many other features — in the IETF 108 social and hallway space on Gather.town at:


Details about using the Gather.town space are at: 


Meeting session reminders
Links to session materials and Meetecho sessions are available via the IETF Datatracker meeting agenda page:


Recordings from past sessions will also be posted to the IETF YouTube channel:


+ When making comments via audio during meeting sessions, please remember to state your name and any affiliation information you’d like to share when you begin.

+ If you would like to join a session’s chat via a separate Jabber client, joining via the Jabber client first will help avoid username collisions.

+ A Meetecho testing session is generally available throughout the meeting week for IETF 108 participants at:


+ More details are available on the IETF 108 session guides:



Issues that arise during the meeting may be reported here: 





Greg Wood