Re: RSVP for Sunday's Dinner

John C Klensin <klensin@mail1.reston.mci.net> Wed, 29 March 1995 00:10 UTC

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Subject: Re: RSVP for Sunday's Dinner
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>I will be making the reservations for Sunday's IESG Dinner at the Aroma
>Restaurant (for 8pm unless I here otherwise).
>
>I would appreciate a brief RSVP from everyone who is planning to attend.

Jeff,

I expect to attend.

Since we now know who the new cast of characters will be, would anyone
object to extending the invitation to the newcomers also?  Might be an
opportunity to get acquainted before the Thursday night/Friday morning
events -- by which we are usually all at least half-fried.

Steve, could you create a temporary "iesg-new" list containing the addresses
of the new people who come on board next week and are not now on the list?
I expect that several things will arise for which the union of the "old" and
"new" lists would be the right audience.

    john