[dhcwg] Agenda for dhc WG meeting at IETF 60

Ralph Droms <rdroms@cisco.com> Wed, 02 June 2004 21:23 UTC

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It's time to start thinking about our agenda for the WG meeting in San
Diego.  Please let me know if you have an item you would like to see on the
agenda.

I've asked to avoid meeting at the same time as the following WGs:

dna, dnsext, dnsop, geopriv, ipcdn, ipv6, manet, nemo, netconf,
v6ops, zeroconf, zerouter

Are there any others I should ask to avoid?

- Ralph


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