Re: [6lowpan] 6LowApp: Application protocols for 6LoWPAN and other LLN

Carsten Bormann <> Mon, 27 July 2009 15:27 UTC

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On Jul 27, 2009, at 11:06, Carsten Bormann wrote:

> the conflict with the social event

Sorry for tricasting once more, but this is *important information*:

-- the last bus to the social will leave at 7:30 PM from in front of  
the Clarion Sign and will wait for us. We are a big enough group that  
it was OK.  (Obviously, not all of us *will* go to the social; happy  
discussions await the rest.)
-- for those who asked what the "Bar" in the "Bar BOF" was about, this  
seems to be a variant spelling of "beer", and indeed there will be  
some beer available for the participants of the Bar BOF, sponsored by  
an entity very interested in progress on the 6lowapp problem.

As I said, important information!
See you tomorrow at 1830.

Gruesse, Carsten