[108attendees] Virtual HotRFC lightning talks for IETF-108

Aaron Falk <aaron.falk@gmail.com> Tue, 07 July 2020 12:39 UTC

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Subject: [108attendees] Virtual HotRFC lightning talks for IETF-108
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*Do you have an idea, problem space, or proposal that IETFers should 
hear about?*
*Do you want to propose IETF work but aren’t sure if your idea is 
ready or who will be interested?*

Agenda requests are now being accepted for the Request for Conversation 
(HotRFC) lightning talk session. Presenters will submit a 4 minute video 
to make their case for collaboration. Interested folks can continue the 
discussion online. Goals include encouraging brainstorming 
conversations, helping new work proposals find collaborators, raising 
awareness of relevant work going on elsewhere, and promoting BarBoFs.

We’re going to try to preserve the value of this session while 
adapting it to a fully online meeting.  Keep in mind this is an 
experiment and feedback is welcome to improve it should we be in this 
situation again.  With that as prologue, here is how we’ll do it this 

* To request a slot, submit a short abstract to hotrfc@ietf.org that 
includes the following
  * Talk title
  * Presenter, Affiliation
  * Short topic abstract (topics should be IETF-related in some way)
  * Coordinates to learn more, contact those involved, &/or relevant 
* All talks will be presented via pre-recorded video
  * To submit a talk, send a link to a YouTube video to hotrfc@ietf.org 
no later than 2400 UTC July 21, 2020
be rejected)
  * We will aggregate the videos into an IETF-108 HotRFC YouTube 
playlist on the [IETF YouTube 
* We will provide a Slack channel for each talk to facilitate 
  * Slack has been selected because it is lighter-weight than dedicated 
email lists and supports asynchronous messaging with history.  (Recall I 
said this was an experiment. :)
  * Assuming no hiccups, the playlist and channels should be up around 
July 22.  I’ll send a note to the IETF & 108attendees when they are 

Past HotRFC topics have included proposals for new standards work, 
updates on relevant technologies, highlights of cross-area IETF work, 
potentially relevant research, and industry advances that could affect 
IETF participants. With strict time limits, concise talks will give 
viewers a sense of whether they’d like to know more and, importantly, 
coordinates on how to do so.

I hope you’ll tune in.