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Martin Duke

Martin Duke became Transport Area co-director in 2020. He is a heavily involved individual contributor in the QUIC and TAPS Working Groups, and participates actively in TCP-related working groups. At Google in Seattle, he is working on QUIC and TCP-related projects. Before that, he spent 8 years at F5 both managing and developing their TCP, QUIC, and HTTP implementations. He also was a researcher on link-layer, routing, and transport-layer protocols with Boeing. A native of Maryland and 20+ year resident of Washington State, Martin holds degrees from the University of Washington and MIT.


Role Group Email
Chair Transport Area Review Team (tsvart)
Chair Media Over QUIC (moq)
Delegate IP Performance Measurement (ippm)
Liaison Member Nominating Committee 2022/2023 (nomcom2022)
Reviewer Transport Area Review Team (tsvart)
Secretary Transport Area Review Team (tsvart)

External Resources

Name Value
GitHub Username martinduke

RFCs (6)

RFC Date Title Cited by
RFC 4614 Sep 2006 A Roadmap for Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) Specification Documents 10 RFCs
RFC 7414 Feb 2015 A Roadmap for Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) Specification Documents 12 RFCs
RFC 9137 Oct 2021 Considerations for Cancellation of IETF Meetings
RFC 9369 May 2023 QUIC Version 2 1 RFC
RFC 9389 Apr 2023 Nominating Committee Eligibility
RFC 9400 Jun 2023 Guidelines for the Organization of Fully Online Meetings

Active Internet-Drafts (2)

Expired Internet-Drafts (21)

(Excluding replaced Internet-Drafts.)

Internet-Draft Activity