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

Hadriel Kaplan <HKaplan@acmepacket.com> Sat, 03 December 2011 15:36 UTC

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I brought in some canned drinks and donuts from the local 7-11 and no one bothered me.  I also ignored the no-drinks-in-rooms restriction and no one bothered me about it.  So I thought the restrictions were fine (and not unusual anyway). :)

I was also really happy that they didn't remove the coffee at 9:00:00.000AM like most of the IETF places.  I don't know if the contract had the coffee out longer, or their folks were just not as punctual as hotel staff are, but whatever it was I was grateful.

-hadriel

On Dec 1, 2011, at 12:35 PM, Ray Pelletier wrote:

> All;
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> 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.
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> This is a typical provision in venue contracts.
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> Did anyone encounter any difficulties in this regard?  Anecdotal evidence says not.
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> Ray
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