In addition to the Newcomer's training and the security tutorial, the
IETF sunday training schedule for Minneapolis will include two new
The first covers the editor's role in working with the WG and in
producing RFCs. This is a completely new course. The session is open
to both current editors and folks who think they may be interested in
taking on an editorship, or co-editorship, at some point in the future.
The second is the WG chairs training course. This is an extension of
the course that has been given during lunch sessions for WG chairs.
This session is open to both current WG chairs and to anyone who thinks
they may be interested in chairing a WG.
The schedule for the courses is listed below. There is no need to
pre-register, just show up.
Sunday, November 10, 2003
1330-1430 Newcomers Training -- Salon B (Scott Bradner)
An introduction to the IETF for anyone who wants to know
more about the IETF, specifically recommended for all new
or recent IETF attendees. The session covers the IETF
history, structure, and standards process. It also
provides tips for success in the IETF environment.
1330-1500 Editor's Training -- Conrad C (Avri Doria)
Training for current or aspiring IETF document
editors. Covers the roles and responsibilities
of a document editor, and includes advice on
producing a high-quality IETF specification.
1330-1500 Intro WG Chairs Training -- Conrad B (Margaret Wasserman)
Introductory training for new or aspiring WG chairs.
Covers the role and responsibilities of the WG chair,
and includes advice on how to run a WG that is fair,
open and productive.
1500-1700 Security Tutorial -- Salon B (Radia Perlman)
All IETF attendees need to be aware of the security
implications of our design choices. This session
offers a basic primer in protocol security, as well
as advice on how to write the Security Considerations
sections required for all IETF documents.