IETF Warm-Up!
BBQ@Freie Universität Berlin.
July 27, 2013, 7:00 pm.

Enjoy the summer in Berlin.

Start the IETF week a bit earlier.

Participate in several co-located events.

And have a nice BBQ with colleagues, July 27.

Directions to the BBQ


The BBQ will take place at Freie Universität Berlin in front of the Computer Science building. If it rains, we will move to our nice winter garden. We start 7:00 pm with open end.

The official address of the institute is Takustr. 9, 14195 Berlin, Germany. Have a look at the Google map.

You find detailed directions from airports and main train stations to the venue on

Traveling Between IETF Venue and Freie Universität Berlin

Traveling from the IETF venue to the Freie Universität Berlin takes about 30 minutes. It includes one metro ride.

From the Hotel InterContinental walk to metro station Wittenbergplatz and take the metro line U3 towards Krumme Lanke. Get off at station Dahlem Dorf and walk to the venue.

Detailed Google map.


The IETF Warm-Up is a casual social to meet colleagues and friends working on the Internet.

You may also consider the following pre-IETF events, which take place before Sunday.

Co-located IETF Events

Workshop on Security Incident Information Sharing (SIIS)

In this half-day workshop we aim to discuss the current state of the standardization and deployment efforts, to share operational experience, and to brainstorm about some upcoming activities. We target the wider security community interested in learning more about the ongoing standardization and deployment efforts. SIIS consists of sessions punctuated by invited speakers …

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RPKI Workshop

The current Internet backbone is quite vulnerable against threats. Misconfigurations as well as intended attacks lead to disturbances on the BGP layer. Current efforts of the Secure-Inter Domain (SIDR) working group within the IETF lie in the standardization of protocols to enhance the security of BGP, taking practical deployability into consideration. We offer an RPKI tutorial and Deployment Strategies workshop. …

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MANIAC Challenge 2013

The MANIAC Challenge is a competition to better understand cooperation and interoperability in ad hoc networks. The specific focus of this year is on developing and comparatively evaluating strategies to offload infrastructure access points via customer ad hoc forwarding using handhelds (e.g., tablets). Participants demonstrate scenarios/strategies that do not degrade user experience while offering significant mobile offloading on the infrastructure. …

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