IAB report to the community for IETF 111

IAB Chair <iab-chair@iab.org> Fri, 23 July 2021 13:45 UTC

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Dear Colleagues,

the IAB has uploaded its report for the IETF-111 meeting to the proceedings in the datatracker. To access the full report, please see here:


In addition I would like to highlight some recents activities in this email:

IAB Workshop on Measuring Network Quality for End-Users

The IAB will hold a virtual workshop on Measuring Network Quality for End-Users on 14-16 September 2021. The focus of this workshop is to define properties and metrics with the goal of improving Internet access for all users. Interested participants are invited to submit position papers to network-quality-workshop-pc@iab.org by Monday, 2021-08-02.

See also https://www.iab.org/activities/workshops/network-quality/

RFC Editor Future Development Program 

The RFC Editor Future Development Program, while hosted under the IAB umbrella, operates like an IETF working group in order to develop changes to how the RFC Editor function is managed, staffed, and overseen. Participation is open to all and work is performed via email and frequent interim meetings. Recently the program has adopted draft-iab-rfcefdp-rfced-model and is now sneaking for reviews and broad input on the open issues.

See also https://datatracker.ietf.org/group/rfcefdp/

If you have any questions to the IAB, regarding the report or anything else, please send a mail to iab@iab.org. Or, feel free to also just send me an email directly, if you have any comments or concerns you want to discuss!

Hope to see you all also in the IABopen meeting or plenary next week, which both of course provide another opportunity to ask questions or provide input to the IAB!

Best regards,
Mirja K├╝hlewind
IAB Chair

On behalf of the IAB