Reminder: is shutting down before IETF 113

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Last May we announced that would be wound down. See

In that announcement, we anticipated shutdown before IETF 111. That was over-ambitious, but we are getting close to ready to complete the transition, and expect to finalize it before IETF 113.

As expected, most functionality has moved to the datatracker. A few services have, or will be, moved elsewhere.

We are tracking the moved services at If there are features at that you find important that are not yet available elsewhere or captured on that page, please send a note to If you are more comfortable doing so, send a note to me ( or to Robert Sparks (

Thank you for your patience as we complete this transition.

Robert Sparks, Tools Team Lead
Lars Eggert, IETF Chair