IETF 111 Standard Registration Deadline and Internet Draft Submission Cut-off Approaching

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IETF 111
July 26-30, 2021
Hosted by: Juniper

IETF 111 Information:
Register online at:

1.  Registration
2.  Fee Waivers
3.  Meetecho for IETF 111
4.  Request Your IETF 111 Meeting T-shirt
5.  Draft Submission Deadline
6.  Hackathon 

1. Registration: Standard Registration Deadline

	The standard registration deadline is Monday, July 12th.
	Be sure to register and pay before the deadline passes!
	Register online at:

	NOTE: Payment is required at the time of registration. The standard 
	registration fee is $280 USD until this Monday, July 12th at UTC 23:59.
	After July 12th at UTC 23:59 the registration fee will be $330 USD.
2.  Fee Waivers: 

	We understand that not everyone can afford the IETF 111 registration
	fee for a variety of reasons, including issues with income,
	employment status and employer support, and we do not want any of
	these to be a barrier to participation. If you cannot afford the
	registration fee then please take this fee waiver option to
	ensure that you can participate:

3. Meetecho for IETF 111

 	IETF 111 sessions will use the Meetecho collaboration platform. Meetecho brings 
	together video and audio conferencing, meeting material sharing, text chat, shared 
	notepad capability, and queue management. There is no client to install as Meetecho 
	can be used directly in any desktop WebRTC-enabled web browser. However, a bit of	
	advance preparation is still recommended even if you have Meetecho before.
	More information, including links to documentation and testing opportunities for meeting 
	participants and session chairs, is available at:
4. IETF 111 Meeting T-Shirts:

         Thanks to our meeting host, Juniper, for generously providing 111 meeting 
         t-shirts to all registered attendees. After you register you will be able 
         to choose if you want to receive a IETF 111 t-shirt delivered to you at no 
         additional expense. You must take action to request a t-shirt: it is not 
         part of the meeting registration form. To reserve your t-shirt, visit your 
         personal meeting dashboard
         Direct link to your dashboard is also available in your confirmation
         email. Limited quantities are available, on a first-come-first-served
         basis with a limit of one per registration.

5. Draft Submission Deadline

	Internet Draft submission cut-off (for all drafts, including -00) is
	Monday, July 12th by UTC 23:59. Please feel free to upload drafts
	using the upload submissions tool found below:

6.  Hackathon:
	The IETF is holding a Hackathon to encourage
 	developers to discuss, collaborate and develop utilities, ideas,
 	sample code and solutions that show practical implementations of
 	IETF standards.

	When: Monday, July 19 through Friday, July 23, 2021
	Signup for the Hackathon:
	More information can be found here:
	Keep up to date by subscribing to:

	The Hackathon is free to attend and open to all. Extend
	the invitation to colleagues outside the IETF!

	Descriptions and information regarding the technologies
	for the hackathon are located on the IETF 111 Meeting Wiki:

	Don’t see anything that interests you? Feel free to add
	your preferred technology to the list, sign up as its
	Champion and show up to work on it. Note: you must login to
	the wiki to add content. If you do add a new technology, we
	strongly suggest that you send an email to
	to let others know. You may generate interest in your
	technology, and find other people who want to contribute to