Re: IESG's support

Charles Brownstein <cbrownst@CNRI.Reston.VA.US> Fri, 07 April 1995 14:54 UTC

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To: pvm@isi.edu, Tomaz Kalin <kalin@terena.nl>
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From: Charles Brownstein <cbrownst@CNRI.Reston.VA.US>
Subject: Re: IESG's support
Cc: "Vinton G. Cerf" <0001050002@mcimail.com>, "L.H. Landweber" <lhl@cs.wisc.edu>, klensin <klensin@mail1.reston.mci.net>, bdains <bdains@linus.isoc.org>, iesg <iesg@CNRI.Reston.VA.US>, isoc trustees <isoc-trustees@linus.isoc.org>, mo <mo@uunet.uu.net>

This debate is rediculous. Anyone knows that suits with T shirts are
fashion these days.



At 1:44 PM 4/6/95, Paul Mockapetris wrote:
>> Vint,
>>
>> I would like to complain about the asymmetrical arrangement proposed here.
>>
>> I do understand the need for the efficiency, but please do not give in to
>> easily. With all that noise about openness of IETF one should be able to
>> tolerate some proportion of us fully-dressed people, including the tie, in
>> addition to you.
>
>Tomaz,
>
>Please be assured that if you choose to pay the IETF fee, you will be
>admitted.  The IETF does not sponsor closed working groups.  These
>remain the province of the ISOC, in groups such as the IRTF, PSRG,
>etc.  The IETF does not have a dress code.
>
>It will also be the case that IETF members who wish to participate in
>INET events will have to pay the INET fee.
>
>> If absolutely necessary, I can even bring my blue jeans and a T shirt along.
>
>The IETF also has a newcomer's meeting, and we will be happy to
>explain the use of T-shirts and jeans, should the INET be willing to
>have a meeting explaining the use of suits and ties.
>
>paul
>
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