Re: [105attendees] Note: Dual Etherpads at IETF 105

Lou Berger <> Wed, 24 July 2019 18:52 UTC

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this is totally annoying - we had two different etherpads for the same 
WG running for a bit yesterday before we noticed and combined.

Is there any reason to have two instances?  If not, it would be great if 
one redirected to the other.


On 7/24/2019 2:09 PM, Stuart Cheshire wrote:
> If you go to the IETF agenda page <> and find (just to pick an example) the TEEP meeting, and click on the “Etherpad for note-takers” button, it takes you to:
> <>
> If you go to the TEEP agenda page <> it tells you the Etherpad page is this:
> <>
> Notice the “tools” in the middle of the domain name in the second link.
> If you click on the two Etherpad links above, you will see there are two *different* versions of the Etherpad notes for that meeting.
> Many of the individual working group agenda pages list an Etherpad URL with “tools” in the middle of the host name, so perhaps this was a last-minute change that didn’t propagate to all the individual working group agenda pages?
> When using Etherpad to take shared notes for a meeting, take care to use the right one.
> I assume the “right” one is the one listed on the IETF agenda page, without “tools” in the middle of the host name.
> Stuart Cheshire