Final assessment framework for decision on in-person/online IETF 108

IETF Executive Director <> Thu, 07 May 2020 21:25 UTC

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We recently asked for feedback [1] on the assessment framework and decision-making process for the decision on whether or not the in-person IETF 108 Madrid can go ahead.  We reviewed the feedback and made a number of changes as a result.  The final assessment framework is now published [2] and will be used next week when the assessment is made.

A follow-up will also be sent to detailing how the feedback we received was addressed.

The survey on planning for possible online IETF meetings is underway and the results from that will be shared in due course.

If you have any additional feedback on planning for IETF 108 then please send that to

Thank you for your assistance.


Alissa Cooper, IETF Chair
Jay Daley, IETF Executive Director
Colin Perkins, IRTF Chair