Re: [hackathon] network and power

Michael Richardson <mcr+ietf@sandelman.ca> Thu, 20 February 2020 09:10 UTC

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Subject: Re: [hackathon] network and power
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Charles,
Re: power and network

at the SUIT/TEEP/RATS Hackathon this week, about 11 people said they were
going to the IETF Hackathon.  Of those, I think it was 3-4 were going to do
SUIT/TEEP/RATS and some of us would flit between tables.

Both SUIT/TEEP/RATS and MUD/ANIMA would seem to need tables with extra power
and wired networking.    Different, but nearby tables, would be appreciated.
I'll try to get that into the wiki, but network/LTE is poor on the train I'm
on.

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