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Meetings and events

Held three times a year, IETF meetings are week-long "gatherings of the tribes". The primary goal is to allow key working groups to accomplish their tasks and mix with other working groups across disciplines.

  • IETF 100 Singapore

    IETF 100 Singapore

    IETF Meetings start Monday morning and run through Friday afternoon (13:30), with late scheduling changes. Newcomers' training and technical tutorials take place the previous Sunday afternoon.

  • Berlin Hackathon

    IETF Hackathon - Singapore

    IETF Hackathons encourage developers to collaborate and develop utilities, ideas, sample code and solutions that show practical implementations of IETF standards.

  • Bits-n-Bites

    Upcoming Meetings

    IETF Meetings are held three times per year around the world to promote in-person attendance by IETF participants.

  • IETF Past Meeting Header

    Past Meetings

    IETF meetings are held three times a year. The first IETF meeting was held in San Diego in January, 1986.

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    Interim Meetings

    The work of the IETF is largely conducted over mailing lists; however, some working groups also occasionally hold "interim" meetings, either face-to-face or virtually via conference calls.

Upcoming events

Past events