[bmwg] Extended Informal Discussion @IETF-104

"MORTON, ALFRED C (AL)" <acm@research.att.com> Wed, 13 March 2019 13:01 UTC

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From: "MORTON, ALFRED C (AL)" <acm@research.att.com>
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So... we are lucky that scheduling provides a possible 
and slightly innovative solution to our full Agenda.  

Our session:
11:20-13:20 	Wednesday Morning session II
proceeds several hours of collaboration time.

WHO: Everyone interested in continuing discussions of 
drafts and test results (mostly test results)
WHAT: Grab a To-Go Lunch and return for more informal BMWG!
WHEN: ASAP after the official BMWG session closes
WHERE: TBD - possibly the same room, but a meeting room 
with a projector and ideally tables to eat lunch comfortably.
At 1500, I will be attending the 
Technology Deep Dive - Modern Router Architecture BoF,
but those who will not attend might continue if we still 
have the room.

I would like to receive comments on this PROPOSAL,
with intent to participate, in reply to this message.

@Warren: What are the steps to reserve a room during
the Wednesday collaboration time??  Can you help??

looking forward to hearing from you,
bmwg co-chair