BOF proposals due in 4 weeks

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This is a friendly reminder that the deadline for submitting proposals for "Birds of a Feather” (BOF) sessions at IETF 106 is in 4 weeks: October 4 at 23:59 UTC. Instructions for submitting your proposal are available at <>;. Please also read <>;, Considerations for Having a Successful Birds-of-a-Feather Session, if you are not familiar with it.

If you are working on a BOF request but you’re not quite ready to submit it, please tell the IESG now by sending an email to <> to get advance help with the request. We have a number of ways of bringing new work into the IETF and BOFs are just one of them, so please talk to the IESG or an individual area director ( <>) about your idea if you’re thinking about proposing a BOF.

Alissa Cooper
IETF Chair