[ietf72-1st-timers] Welcome to Dublin!
Ray Pelletier <firstname.lastname@example.org> Tue, 08 July 2008 13:58 UTC
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Subject: [ietf72-1st-timers] Welcome to Dublin!
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All; Welcome to the IETF 72 meeting in Dublin. I understand this will be your the first time attending an IETF meeting. You will find it interesting and perhaps confusing. This email is intended to provide some orientation as well as set up a dialogue among the 1st Timers. 1. Guide to the IETF 2. What's Happening: The Agenda 3. Who's Attending 4. Networking Opportunities 5. Travel, Sightseeing, Food & Drink 6. Tools 7. Tutorials 1. Guide to the IETF: The Tao of the IETF Many first timers have said this document was a helpful orientation to the IETF. http://www.ietf.org/tao.html 2. What's Happening: The Agenda 2 Locations to check out: Secretariat: https://datatracker.ietf.org/meeting/72/agenda.html [Official] Tools Team Version: http://tools.ietf.org/agenda/72/ 3. Who's Attending You can locate other registrants here: https://www.ietf.org/registration/attendance.py And sort them by company or ISO 3166 country code You will see folks wearing names tags with colored dots that identify positions held. Blue dot - Working Group Chair Red dot - IAB Member Yellow dot - IESG Member Purple dot - IAOC Member Green dot - Host Group Small Orange dot - NomCom Member Orange tinted badge - PRESS 4. Networking Opportunities Meeting surveys say many folks attend IETF meetings to network. Besides the opportunities during the meeting itself and after hours there are 2 larger group gatherings. The Welcome Reception is held Sundays from 5 - 7 pm in the Kingswood Suite. The Social is sponsored by the Host. This meeting Alcatel-Lucent has made arrangements for the social at the Guinness Storehouse. There is a $40 USD fee to help offset the cost of the event. A-L will be providing a bus shuttle to Guinness. Information and registration is found here: http://ietf72.alcatel-lucent.com/social-1 Tickets are limited. Register now! 5. Travel, Sightseeing, Food & Drink Info See Host Alcatel-Lucent site at http://ietf72.alcatel-lucent.com/ 6. Tools Download the Agenda sessions you want to attend into your calendar with ical/vcal files and subscribe for updates. http://tools.ietf.org/agenda/72/calendar Thanks to the Tools Team! Want the daily news about IETF activity? http://tools.ietf.org/dailydose/ The Daily Dose of IETF is brought to you by Pasi Eronen. 7. Tutorials You may find useful 2 Tutorials sponsored by the EDU being held on Sunday. 1300-1445 Newcomer's Training - Convention 3 Presented by: Scott Bradner Covers the IETF document processes, the structure of the IETF, and tips for new attendees to be successful in the IETF environment. 1500-1645 Document Lifecycle - Convention 3 Presented by: Alice Hagens and Margaret Wasserman This tutorial offers an overview of producing documents in the IETF, from version 00 of an Internet-Draft to publication as an RFC. We will cover the working group process, and the required and suggested contents of an Internet-Draft, including information from IANA staff about writing IANA Considerations sections. We will walk through the lifecycle including authorship, WG draft, IETF Last Call, IESG evaluation, and what to expect during the RFC publication process. We will provide a set of helpful hints to authors about formatting rules and editorial policies that often improve the quality of the resulting documents. We will summarize the states of the RFC publication process and provide an opportunity to ask questions of RFC Editor staff.
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