IETF 104 Remote Participation Information
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Can't make it to Prague? Participate remotely! The IETF offers a number of ways for remote attendees to audit or even contribute to IETF sessions throughout the meeting week. First, register for the meeting. There is no cost to register as a remote attendee, and by registering you will insure that you receive important updates on agenda changes and other things of interest to meeting attendees. Please register here: <https://www.ietf.org/registration/ietf104/remotereg.py> General remote participation information can be found here: <https://ietf.org/how/meetings/104/remote/>. Below is a breakdown of some of the main services available. 1) Meetecho The Meetecho platform provides a synchronized view of the audio/video stream from the meeting room, which includes slides being presented and the presenter, as well as official IETF Jabber room. Meetecho will be supporting all eight of the working session tracks, as well as the Sunday tutorials, Host Speaker Series, and IETF Plenary. If you have a comment or a question, Meetecho enables you to ask it even if you are not in the room. For more information on how to join a Meetecho session, or to watch a recording after the session has concluded, see here: <http://ietf104.conf.meetecho.com/>. To report issues with Meetecho, please send email to email@example.com. 2) Audio Stream If you only want to listen to the sessions, the audio stream is a good choice. All working sessions are streamed; links to the streams are available from the agenda, here: <https://datatracker.ietf.org/meeting/104/agenda>. To report issues with audio levels, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. 3) Jabber Rooms All IETF meeting sessions have a corresponding Jabber room. See here for link to the meeting agenda with corresponding Jabber rooms: <https://datatracker.ietf.org/meeting/104/agenda >. Whenever possible, an in-room volunteer monitors the Jabber room; this volunteer will stand at the microphone for remote attendees and relay their questions into the meeting room microphone so that people in the room can respond. More information on the IETF Jabber service is available here: <https://ietf.org/how/meetings/jabber/>. 4) Mailing Lists The email@example.com is for general discussion of things happening at the meeting; join the list if you want to hear about Prague restaurants and other topics of interest to those who are physically present at the meeting. Subscribe to 104attendees here: <https://www.ietf.org/mailman/listinfo/104attendees>. The firstname.lastname@example.org list is for important announcements only and is not a discussion list. You automatically subscribed when you register as a remote participant. Being on 104all is essential if you want to hear about changes to meeting agenda or other important announcements. Subscribe to 104all here: <https://www.ietf.org/mailman/listinfo/104all>. 5) Live video of several sessions, including the IETF Plenary and the IRTF Open Meeting, will be streamed live on YouTube. See <https://www.ietf.org/live/> for more information. After the meeting, we will be sending a survey to all remote participants to get feedback on their experience; if you participate remotely, we’d love to hear from you! And don’t forget to follow @ietf on Twitter!
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