Re: [111attendees] test

Jared Mauch <> Thu, 22 July 2021 09:38 UTC

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> On Jul 22, 2021, at 5:29 AM, Vittorio Bertola <> wrote:
> Well, generally the attendees list just before a meeting was full of practical suggestions and requests about transportation, physical registration, restaurants etc, and all of them go away for a virtual meeting. But I also confess that - since this is (rightfully) Europe's turn to have important meetings at 1am in the night, and also since after one full year of video I am totally burned out by virtual conferences - this is the first IETF meeting that I feel like a nuisance rather than a pleasure.

I’m similarly looking forward to a return to seeing friends and colleagues.

I will say take a moment to test your various application and sharing options if you are presenting in the next week.  Specifically MacOS has privacy settings that may require a browser or application restart.

I recently got caught up in that world with a new corporate machine (old one started to have a battery bulge!) and am still tweaking things a few weeks later.

Use a hard wired connection vs wireless if you can as well, it may be a small difference but also helps out.

I also found the new [home] router at my house was not connected to the UPS as I expected so also fixed that yesterday as we had a short (~10s) power outage.

- Jared