IETF Liaison Activities

IETF Liaison Activities


Liaison Statements

The IETF has a limited number of liaison relationships with other organizations. Liaisons are appointed by the IAB when the IAB feels that conditions warrent appointing a specific person to such a task.

Note that such appointments are rare as the best way for organizations to work with the IETF is to do so within the working groups. The primary contact on liaison negotiation is the IAB.

The list of liaisons appears below:

IESG liaison to IAB Bert Wijnen
IAB liaison to IESGDave Meyer
ISO/IEC JTC1 SC2 Pete Resnick
ISO/IEC JTC1 SC6 Allison Mankin
ISO/IEC JTC1 SC29 Stephen Casner
MFA Forum Matthew Bocci
ITU-T Scott Bradner
ITU-T, NGN Scott Brim
ITU-T, SG15
(optical control plane)
Adrian Farrel
Unicode Patrik Fältström
W3C Leslie Daigle
WIPO Patrik Fältström
3GPP Thomas Narten
3GPP2 Thomas Narten
ICANN Board Thomas Narten
ICANN NomCom John Klensin
ICANN RSSACRob Austein
ICANN SSAC Patrik Fälström
ICANN TLG [None Appointed]
Global Grid Forum David Chadwick
IEEE 802 Bernard Aboba
IEEE 802.3 Dan Romascanu (hubmib WG)
Open Mobile AllianceDean Willis

ITU-T SG and WP Liaisons

The agreement for ITU-IETF interworking (RFC 2436) does not require designated representatives to conduct regular business; most interactions occur directly at the WG (or WP) level). Representatives are designated for specific ITU-T-related meetings when that seems appropriate, but only for one meeting or sequence of meetings.

Current and recent representatives are:

SG2 WP1/2 meeting, Berlin, October 2000: Patrik Faltstrom and Richard Shockey
SG11 Meeting, September 9-13, 2002: Allison Mankin and Jon Peterson

CN1#18 Dean Willis
SA1#13 Ron Chambers

ITU IP/Optical Workshop July 9-11 in Chitose, Japan: Bert Wijnen
SG 16 meeting, Geneva, October 2003: Avri Doria

SG 13 Joint Rapporteurs' Group meeting for Next Generation Networking,
Geneva, January 12-15, 2004: Adrian Farrel

Q14/15 Interim Meeting, February 16-20, 2004, Chicago, USA: Adrian Farrel

SG 15 Meeting Geneva, 19-30 April 2004: Adrian Farrel

Global Standards Collaboration Meeting Liaison

GSC-8, Ottawa Canada, January 2003: Scott Bradner
GSC-9, Seoul Korea, May 2004: Hiroshi Esaki