While most IETF work takes place online, including on email lists, meetings and other events such as Hackathons provide in-person opportunities to advance work.
IETF Meetings start Saturday and run through Friday afternoon (13:30), with late scheduling changes.Singapore
IETF Hackathons encourage developers to collaborate and develop utilities, ideas, sample code and solutions that show practical implementations of IETF standards.Singapore
IETF Meetings are held three times per year around the world to promote in-person attendance by IETF participants.
IETF meetings are held three times a year. The first IETF meeting was held in San Diego in January, 1986.
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.