[90all] Missing Wifi Thermometers

Alexa Morris <amorris@amsl.com> Fri, 25 July 2014 18:50 UTC

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Some of you may have noticed the little devices that were in the meeting rooms this time (see photo at http://www.ietf.org/meeting/90/wifithermometer.html). At IETF 90 we deployed a number of homemade wifi thermometers; we hoped these would give us an indication of when a meeting room temperature started heading in the wrong direction, with the idea that we could then address it before it became too uncomfortable. 

We found the thermometers to be useful, though of course knowing that a room is getting too warm or cold doesn’t always mean that the situation can be solved. But we think that they were helpful enough that we will continue to use them.

Despite our best attempts to place them in hidden locations, some of you have seen them throughout the meeting week and, we know, wondered what they were. Two of them have now gone missing — one was last seen in Salon A, the other in Manitoba. All we know is that it’s approximately 72 degrees wherever they are and, given that they are reading very similar temperatures, they may be together. 

If you have see them, please let me know so that we can attempt to get them back. 

Thanks,
Alexa

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