Re: [hackathon] Hackathon presentations, survey, and draft Mon, 08 March 2021 21:44 UTC

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Humble apologies that I could not make it to the Friday presentations.  I did work alone at the IETF 110 hackathon and added my slides to the repo:

Thanks to Charles for his help.

Any questions regarding my work, please email.

Best wishes,


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From: hackathon <> On Behalf Of Charles Eckel (eckelcu)
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Subject: [hackathon] Hackathon presentations, survey, and draft

Congratulation to everyone on another productive IETF Hackathon and thank you to everyone who participated and thereby contributed to its success. Special thanks to the project champions and to those who shared their team's results in Friday's Hackathon closing.

Project summaries presentations are available at This GitHub repository remains open for anyone who wants to upload or update their presentation.

For those of you who missed it, the Hackathon closing was recorded and is available at

While everything is still fresh in your mind, I would greatly appreciate it if you could do a couple things for me.

1) Share your thoughts in this year's Hackathon by completing the short survey:

2) Have a look at the following short draft, which has been written to document how to run the IETF Hackathon and help facilitate future Hackathon. Comments to the <> list, via a GitHub pull request or issue, or to me directly are welcome and encouraged.

Note, this draft will be discussed in tomorrow's SHMOO WG session,


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