Agenda IETF116: rasprg
|Research and Analysis of Standard-Setting Processes Proposed Research Group (rasprg) RG Snapshot
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|Agenda IETF116: rasprg
- Welcome and Introduction
RASP TALK #1:
- Corinne Cath - The Hard Work of the Hum: using ethnography to study power and politics in the IETF
- In this talk, dr. Corinne Cath will explain how she used ethnography--a qualitative method that studies people in their natural environment-- to study the IETF. She will outline the basics of ethnography, how to apply it to the high-tech and elite nature of Internet standards bodies, and what unique data about politics and power can be drawn from understanding the IETF's running code through the people that craft it. This talk draws on her Ph.D. research on the IETF's culture and practices, University of Oxford (2016-2021).
- Stephen McQuistin - Data-driven Reviewer Recommendations”.
- Sebastian Benthall - The Expanding Universe of BigBang
- 'Effy' Xue Li - Large Language Models in Standards Discourse Analysis.
- Sebastian Benthall & Priyanka Sihna - Hackathon Report Back
- RASP RG going forward