[Acme] The session in Vancouver - Looking for a volunteer

Yoav Nir <ynir.ietf@gmail.com> Fri, 06 March 2020 15:52 UTC

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Hi

As it turns out, both Rich and I will not be able to attend IETF 107 due to company and government (in my case) restrictions on travel.

For now we hope not to cancel the ACME session.  Since neither of us is going to be on-site, we are looking for a volunteer to sling the slides, send around the blue sheets and operate the Big Red Button, which should see considerably more use this time.

So if you are: (1) still planning to attend, and (2) allowed to do so by your employer, your government, Canada’s government, and your significant others, and (3) willing to sit up front and run the meeting, please send a message to Rich and me.

We will still prepare the slides and will, if possible, even present them from home, but we really need someone to sit up front.

Thanks in advance.

Rich & Yoav.