Re: [http-state] wrt httpstate session at IETF-77 Anaheim

David Morris <dwm@xpasc.com> Tue, 23 February 2010 20:21 UTC

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I prefer the current schedule as it allows an early departure 
as the http-state session is my last WG of interest.

A session ending at ~8pm probably means another night in Anaheim with
airport arrival timing, etc.

On Tue, 23 Feb 2010, =JeffH wrote:

> Please note that the prior msg on this topic indicated that the IETF-77
> Anaheim agenda is *preliminary* at this point and subject to change.
> 
> To that effect, we've received a polite request to swap the httpstate session
> on Tue with the vwrap session later that same day, i.e. from..
> 
>   TUESDAY, March 23, 2010    0900-1130h      2.5hr
> 
> ..to..
> 
>   TUESDAY, March 23, 2010  * 1740-1940h *    2 hr