Re: [82all] TICC restrictions on food/beverage

Robert Moskowitz <> Fri, 02 December 2011 18:38 UTC

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As you know I almost always need to brown bag my meals, though I do raid 
the bananas, cokes, and sometimes juices that my fees pay for :)   I was 
rather upset about no cokes at first and spoke to Marcia about this.  
She was also upset and said it was being fixed, as it was.

I did typically eat my meals in the hall seating areas or the terminal 
room with no problem.  I did have cokes in the meeting rooms and had no 
comments from the cleaning crew at the end of the sessions.

Oh, I did bring my own food into the little restaurant in the building 
for a noon meeting with a few others.  As long as I bought something (a 
coke in this case), they did not bother me about bringing my own food 
into their eatery.  I have been in hotels in the US where they would NOT 
let me bring my own food into their lobby restaurant at all.

On 12/01/2011 12:35 PM, Ray Pelletier wrote:
> All;
> Prior to the meeting it was disclosed that the TICC restricted bringing outside food into the TICC, which generated a lengthy discussion on the IETF list with this subject.
> This is a typical provision in venue contracts.
> Did anyone encounter any difficulties in this regard?  Anecdotal evidence says not.
> Ray
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Robert Moskowitz
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