[78attendees] Outrageous dinner

Iljitsch van Beijnum <iljitsch@muada.com> Fri, 30 July 2010 09:43 UTC

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Hi,

I was thinking: for those who aren't leaving the city today and don't have any dinner plans, it would be nice to arrange to eat together. It's probably easiest to just congregate somewhere and make plans there. The default "hang around at the reception area" won't work too well after 15.15 hours today, so I'm taking the liberty of suggesting the bus stop at the Markt square around 19.30 hours tonight, wear your badge for easy identification.

If someone has a better idea, that's fine too.

In addition, Lixia Zhang has suggested that we adopt the SIGCOMM (right?) practice of having "outrageous proposals" talks. This will probably happen at the next IETF but everyone is encouraged to think of something outrageous to present over dinner in one minute to get started.

Iljitch