From 2005 to 2018, the IETF Journal provided an easily understandable overview of what’s happening in the world of Internet standards, with a particular focus on the activities of the IETF Working Groups (WGs). Posts highlighted some of the hot issues being discussed in IETF meetings and on the IETF mailing lists.
At the end of 2018, the IETF Journal stopped publishing new articles because the IETF blog is now functioning as a source of information about the work of the IETF and the proceedings of IETF meetings.
The goal of the IETF Journal was to give anyone with an interest in Internet standards an overview of the topics being debated by the IETF, and also help to facilitate participation in IETF activities for newcomers.
The articles published by IETF Journal are not intended to reflect the opinions or the position of the IETF or the Internet Society.
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