Re: [76attendees] Errors in RFID database??

Tony Hansen <tony@att.com> Mon, 09 November 2009 05:58 UTC

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yes, I was in Cattleya West at the ISOC AC yesterday and it showed up as

Newcomer's Training	Acacia East  	2009-11-08 16:31:33

	Tony Hansen
	tony@att.com

Brian E Carpenter wrote:
> In my RFID records I find:
> 
> RFC Editor Tutorial  	Acacia West     2009-11-08 12:51:05
> 
> Not correct, I was presenting in Acacia East
> 
> EAP Method Update WG  	Cattleya East  	2009-11-09 14:23:26
> 
> Not correct, I was at the microphone in Orchid East
> 
> I think some of the readers are not where the database
> believes they are. Did anyone else notice errors like this?