[87attendees] SIM purchase at the IETF (was Re: [87all] IETF 87 Berlin Meeting Review)

Dave Crocker <dhc@dcrocker.net> Fri, 16 August 2013 15:58 UTC

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Subject: [87attendees] SIM purchase at the IETF (was Re: [87all] IETF 87 Berlin Meeting Review)
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On 8/15/2013 7:05 PM, Ted Lemon wrote:
> We've asked about this before, but it hasn't got traction.


Worthy topics often fail to get traction on an IETF list because 
discussion gets sidetracked, rather than because the topic lacks 
support.  Absent a core of active advocates, there is no source of 
pressure for pursuing the topic.

When a topic shows up repeatedly and mostly (or only) garners positive 
comments and isn't very difficult to pursue, we should press a bit 
harder for its adoption.

So here's a simple proposal that I will ask the rest of you to express 
support for:

      The IAOC should pursue having a local SIM card rental booth at 
future IETF meetings.  The card choices should represent locally 
competitive costs and services.


Yeah or nay?

d/

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Dave Crocker
Brandenburg InternetWorking
bbiw.net