[core] CoRE @ IETF103

Carsten Bormann <cabo@tzi.org> Wed, 24 October 2018 21:01 UTC

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The chairs have posted a preliminary agenda for the Bangkok IETF:


As you can see, the schedule is quite tight.

If you are on the agenda and want to stay there, please supply the usual objectives.
Also, tell the chairs how much time you really need — reductions are welcome, but if you really need more time to make progress, we need to know that, too.

If you are not on the agenda and want to get on there, the same applies.

It would be good to have a first round of feedback (to core-chairs@ietf.org) by COB Thursday.

Grüße, Carsten