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

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: []
> I am remembering that Ole had quite an elaborate guide to Hiroshima for
> IETF participants on a website weeks before IETF 76 -
> <>.
> I also remember reading how to find the closest 7-11 to the train
> station, get cash from the ATM there, and even which flight of stairs to
> walk up, to get to my hotel. People did amazing work (sample page -
> I THINK this might have been before we had meeting wikis (at least a
> meeting wiki doesn't show up on the frozen IETF 76 meeting page), but if
> we had the IETF 88 wiki up now, perhaps we could end up with an equally
> fabulous guide before we get on planes/trains/whatever ...
[WEG] RFC6640 exists as a (hopefully) useful guideline for those locals willing to provide advice, either in a meeting wiki or a standalone website - questions culled straight from the attendees' lists. I'm not sure if IAOC is providing a pointer to this for the host or not, but it is worth noting that the host is in no way required to provide much of this sort of information, and may not be able to do so because they are not actually local to the area.



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