Topics in IETF leadership team retreats

IETF Chair <> Wed, 11 May 2016 02:45 UTC

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The IETF meetings are a busy time for many of the active participants, including members of the IESG. There’s little time to reflect on broader issues during the meeting when the working groups consume most of our time. Every year the IESG finds some time for a “retreat” meeting to discuss topics with sufficient amount of time, to get to know the new ADs, do some team building, and so on. This week the IESG meets for a couple of days in Cambridge, Massachusetts. I wanted to list some of the topics that both we at the IESG and the similar IAB and IAOC meetings are discussing:

Jari Arkko, IETF Chair