Re: [76attendees] Network Tear Down

"Spencer Dawkins" <spencer@wonderhamster.org> Thu, 12 November 2009 08:30 UTC

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To: "Jim Martin" <jim@daedelus.com>, <76attendees@ietf.org>
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Speaking as a resident of an overflow hotel...

My impression was that the network at the Royal Rihga was especially grim 
when I checked in - I was honestly staying offline at the hotel on Saturday 
because stuff was so broken. You have NO IDEA how pleasantly surprised I was 
to see the IETF wireless network pop up on Saturday night (intermittently, 
but steadily on Sunday morning).

Thank you SO much for this.

Spencer


> Agreed! Kato-san and team did an excellent job! Particularly, going way 
> above and beyond to connect all the overflow hotels!  Thanks to all!
>
> - Jim