Survey on planning for possible online IETF meetings

IETF Executive Director <> Wed, 29 April 2020 22:55 UTC

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The current global situation is still very uncertain and so we need to plan for the possibility that one or more upcoming IETF meetings in 2020 and possibly 2021 may not be able to go ahead in person.  To help us in this planning we have created a survey and we will use the results of this as our main basis for making initial decisions. 

The survey can be found at this link and we need as many IETF participants to fill it out as possible please:

The survey contains the following pages and will take 15-20 minutes to complete:

1. Welcome
2. Online IETF 107 and the subsequent virtual interims
3. Replacing a cancelled in-person meeting
4. Online meeting format and timezone
5. Replicating humming
6. Replicating the hallway environment
7. Fees
8. Thanks and anything else

We run the survey in anonymous mode which means that we only see data that you explicitly provide.

Once again here’s the link, which will be kept open until Sunday 10 May:

Thank you in advance for your help.

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