Re: [82attendees] Travel/Attendees list FAQ

Paul Kyzivat <> Tue, 29 November 2011 19:27 UTC

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This seems good. One addition that would be helpful regarding mass transit:

An overview of how the system works:
- how to buy tickets
- how to use tickets (when/where to stamp them or whatever)
- how to identify the proper track in a station
- how trains/buses are labeled, how to identify destination
   of a particular train/bus

All this stuff is "obvious" to natives, but can be confusing to newbies.


On 11/29/11 9:57 PM, George, Wes wrote:
> Based on the discussion on the 82 attendees list, I put together a draft
> that provides a list of common questions (but not necessarily answers)
> that people ask when preparing to travel to a meeting. As the draft
> states, this is an attempt to provide a list of ideas for folks who can
> contribute to a wiki or host site (because they’re familiar with the
> area), to help them ensure completeness of the information that they
> provide. It doesn’t compel anyone (host, IETF, secretariat, etc) to do
> anything, merely makes recommendations.
> I figured I’d start by gaining some feedback on the -00 version on the
> attendees list before I post to the main IETF list. Please have a look
> and send comments my way.
> Thanks,
> Wes George
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