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IETF 6 November 2017

November 2017 IETF Journal Now Available Online

Megan Kruse
By Megan KruseManager, Technology Outreach and Strategic Planning

The November 2017 issue of the IETF Journal is now online at https://www.ietfjournal.org/journal-issues/november-2017/. With IETF 100 in Singapore starting this coming weekend, this is the perfect time to get caught up on what’s been happening in the world of Internet standards lately. (Starting next week, you can also learn more about the Internet Society’s work at IETF 100 via our series of Rough Guide blog posts.)

In this issue, you’ll learn about implementation work taking place in the Human Rights Protocol Considerations Research Group, the latest security updates to Network Time Protocol, new email-related Working Groups JMAP and EXTRA, as well as the important coding work that took place as part of the IETF Hackathon.

Our regular columns from the IETF, IAB, and IRTF chairs and coverage of the Birds-of-a-Feather meetings and presentations from the Applied Networking Research Prize winners wrap up the issue.

There will be print copies available at IETF in Singapore, the email version will hit subscribers’ inboxes in the coming days, and print subscribers will receive their issues shortly thereafter.

This issue marks the final hardcopy version of the IETF Journal. As we explain in “We’re Going Digital!”, starting in 2018 we’ll be shifting our focus to ietfjournal.org. Be sure to follow us on Twitter (@ietfjournal) and Facebook (facebook.com/IETFJournal) to stay current with our future IETF Journal activities.

If you are interested in writing for the next issue, or know someone who may be, please let us know via email to ietfjournal@isoc.org.

Happy reading!

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