Re: IESG's support

"Vinton G. Cerf" <0001050002@mcimail.com> Fri, 07 April 1995 12:04 UTC

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From: "Vinton G. Cerf" <0001050002@mcimail.com>
To: Tomaz Kalin <kalin@terena.nl>
Cc: "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>, pvm <pvm@isi.edu>
Subject: Re: IESG's support
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tomaz,

the problem is that doing the technical work in a room of
300 people is just terribly hard and frankly, I don't see
that visitors get much benefit. INET is a better venue for
that. Of course IETF is open and should remain so - but
I think pragmatics count for something here - of course,
others may disagree.

vint

>Date:     Thu Apr 6, 1995 12:44 pm EDT
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>Subject:  Re: IESG's support
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>At 15:57 6-4-95, Vinton G. Cerf wrote:
>>seems to me that the desirable outcome is for ietf attendees to
>>have an opportunity to participate in inet but to fashion things
>>so that ietf is not invaded by inet onlookers. Can this be done
>>by adjusting overlap and sequence of events?
>>
>>Vint
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>
>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.
>
>If absolutely necessary, I can even bring my blue jeans and a T shirt along.
>
>Regards
>
>Tomaz
>
>