[97-newcomers] [Correction] IETF 97 Newcomers' Resources

Alexa Morris <amorris@amsl.com> Wed, 26 October 2016 19:45 UTC

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Subject: [97-newcomers] [Correction] IETF 97 Newcomers' Resources
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One correction: a missing space in the original email resulted in Naveen Khan’s email address coming through incorrectly. Her email address is nkhan@amsl.com. 

-Alexa

On Oct 26, 2016, at 12:04 PM, Alexa Morris <amorris@amsl.com> wrote:

> We are looking forward to seeing you soon in Seoul for IETF 97!
> 
> You are receiving this email because you indicated during registration that you’ve attended fewer than five IETF meetings.  As a relative newcomer (and perhaps even first-time attendee) we want to make sure that you are aware of the various resources we’ve developed to get you up to speed. 
> 
> Note that we are extending all our newcomer activities to cover those who have attended fewer than five IETFs to give you a better chance to take advantage of these various activities to learn more about the IETF.
> 
> If you’ve not done so yet, please take a few minutes to watch the excellent “Top 10 Things to Know Before Your First IETF Meeting” video embedded on this page, under Attending a Meeting:https://ietf.org/newcomers.html.  We also strongly encourage you to review The Tao of the IETF, which is available online at https://www.ietf.org/tao.html. It’s also not too late to request an IETF mentor. For more information about the IETF Mentoring Program, please see: https://ietf.org/resources/mentoring-program.html. 
> 
> Additional IETF 97 resources for newcomers are available here: https://ietf.org/meeting/97/97-newcomers.html. Below is a highlight of the newcomer-specific events during the week:
> 
> ** Sunday, November 12 **
> - Newcomers Orientation from 1230-1330 in Studio 4 of the Hilton Conrad.  A version of this tutorial will also be presented in Korean in Studio 2 at the same time. If you are unable to attend on Sunday, there is an online Newcomers Orientation embedded at the top ofhttps://ietf.org/newcomers.html.
> 
> - Speed Mentoring from 1500-1600 in Atrio Restaurant. NOTE: Pre-registration is required and space is extremely limited. We will send a separate email with a link to register for Speed Mentoring, so look for that soon. Speed mentoring is a simple and effective way for you to be introduced to a variety of experienced IETF attendees — often working group (WG) chairs — who can help you get more involved in your areas of interest. 
> 
> -  Meet-and-Greet with WG chairs and other IETF leaders from 1600-1700 in the Atrio Restaurant, 2nd floor.  Only newcomers and IETF leadership are invited and this is an informal gathering; there will be no speeches or presentations. Beer, wine, soda, and light appetizers will be provided. This special reception provides a valuable opportunity to mingle with WG chairs, mentors and other leaders before the meeting gets started.  If you are hoping to speak with a particular WG chair, you may want to check out our photo directory: https://datatracker.ietf.org/wg/photos/. The Meet-and-Greet will end promptly at 1700.  At that time, you are encouraged to attend the official IETF 97 Welcome Reception in the Grand Ballroom. 
> 
> ** Monday, November 13 **
> - Informal Newcomer’s Dinner (not subsidized) at a nearby local restaurant, exact location still to be determined. If you are interested in attending, please email Naveen Khan atnkhan@amsl.com by 1400 on Monday. 
> 
> ** Thursday, November 15 **
> - Newcomers’ Feedback Session from 1800-1850, room still to be determined. What do you wish you’d know before you arrived? How can we make your next meeting easier? This is your opportunity to have a voice in how we help future newcomers get acclimated, so please come and give us your input! After this session, you are encouraged to enjoy the IETF Bits-N-Bites event in the Grand Ballroom.
> 
> Finally, for general logistical information (e.g. how to get from the airport to your hotel) please check out our meeting wiki at https://www.ietf.org/registration/MeetingWiki/wiki/ietf97. If you have information to share, please create an account and contribute. 
> 
> Safe Travels,
> 
> Alexa Morris
> IETF Executive Director
> 
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