BoFs at IETF-95

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I wanted to report what Birds-of-Feather (BoF) sessions there will be at IETF-95. This time there is quite a lot of work following up on a recent IAB workshop on the effect of encryption on network operators. A list of the approved BoFs and a high-level explanation of what they are about can be found here:

There are four weeks to our meeting in Buenos Aires. You can register here if you haven’t already done so:

Jari Arkko, IETF Chair