The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Live!

IETF 100 takes place 11-17 November 2017 in Singpore. Please see the IETF 100 meeting page for more information.


Remote Participation

If you are unable to attend the IETF 100 meeting in person, you can participate remotely. For more information, please visit the IETF 100 remote participation webpage.

Additionally, the several sessions will be streamed live on the IETF YouTube channel.

All times are in Singapore Time (SGT) which is UTC +0800.

Links and embedded video streams for live streaming will be posted below as the meeting begins. The sessions will also be available on demand after the meeting.

Thursday Lunch Speaker Series

Thursday, 16 November 2017, 12:30-13:15

3 years on: Open Standards, Open Source, Open Loop

Dave Ward, Senior Vice President, Chief Architect & CTO - Engineering

At IETF 91, many outrageous claims were emphatically made about the relationship between Open Standards and Open Source. Three years later, let’s take a look at how much progress has been made, if any; and discuss successes and failures. Communities of developers and engineers have fully formed Open Source efforts and are building large, effective communities without any documented standardization as a part of their strategy. How should SDOs interact with developers, communities and deployers of Open Source? There are claims and perhaps proof that Open Source now fully defines the industries "de facto Standards." Does the process of standardization and the contents and lifecycle of a standard need to fundamentally change?

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TLS 1.3 Tutorial

Sunday, 12 November 2017, 12:30-13:30

The TLS 1.3 Tutorial will provide an overview of this emerging IETF protocol.


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WebRTC Tutorial

Sunday, 12 November 2017, 13:45-14:45

The WebRTC protocol will provide an update on this real-time communications protocol.


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IETF Hackathon presentations and awards

Sunday, 12 November 2017, 14:00-16:00

This session will livestream the presentations of teams working at the IETF Hackathon in Singapore.


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IETF Plenary

Wednesday, 15 November 2017, 17:10-19:40

The IETF Plenary Session includes a panel on:

The Internet, a look forward: Social, political, and technical perspectives

Adding a digit to count IETF meetings invites introspection and prognostication. For the IETF100 Plenary, three prominent strategists will share their unique perspectives on what the Internet will look like in thirty years. They will consider how the Internet’s influence on our lives and social systems will change, and how our influence on the Internet will also change, socially, politically, and technically.

Moderated by Brian Trammell, member of the Internet Architecture Board, panelists include:

  • Monique Morrow
    President and Co-Founder of the Humanized Internet, a non-profit organization focused on providing digital identity for those individuals most under-served
  • Jun Murai
    Founder of WIDE Project and Professor at Keio University with a research focus in global computer networking and communication, and known as the "Father of Japan’s Internet" or "Internet Samurai".
  • Henning Schulzrinne
    Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and chair of the Department of Computer Science at Columbia University, New York

The plenary will also include presentation of the Internet Society Jonathan B. Postel Service Award.


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IRTF Open Session

Thursday, 16 November 2017, 9:30-12:30

The Internet Research Task Force Open session includes presentations by the Applied Network Research Prize winners.


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Internet SocietyThe Internet Society is a non-profit organization founded in 1992 to provide leadership in Internet-related standards, education, and policy. It is dedicated to ensuring the open development, evolution and use of the Internet for the benefit of people throughout the world.  See: www.internetsociety.org