[companions] Welcome to the IETF Companions Mailing List

Amy Vezza <avezza@amsl.com> Fri, 31 January 2014 16:32 UTC

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Hello IETF Companions!

You are receiving this message because you have been and IETF attendee’s companion within the last two years.   After some discussion, it was decided that a general “Companions” mailing list would be better for the regular participants of the companion program instead of having meeting-specific lists. 

You may unsubscribe from the list at any time.  To do so please visit https://www.ietf.org/mailman/listinfo/companions and scroll down to the “companions Subscribers” section and follow the directions to unsubscribe.  Alternatively, you may email me off list at avezza@amsl.com and I will unsubscribe you.

This year, we would like to do something a little different with the companions.  We’d like to have a T-shirt designed for you.  You know how much the IETF attendees love their t-shirts.  This T-shirt would be available for purchase all year from a print-on-demand Web site, such as CafePress or Zazzle.  In order to get some feedback with regards to the T-shirt design, we’d like you to take this very short (only three questions!) poll.  Due to the time constraints we request the poll be filled out no later than close of business on Tuesday, February 4, 2014.  The poll is located here:


The IETF Companions also have a FaceBook page that we encourage you to join if you are a regular user of FaceBook - many activities are posted there during the meeting week.

As you know, the next IETF is in London, England, and we hope to see many of you there, or at one of the other IETF meetings this year!

Best regards,

Amy Vezza

IETF Secretariat