[icnrg] Upcoming ICNRG meeting

Dirk Kutscher <ietf@dkutscher.net> Thu, 01 October 2020 13:16 UTC

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Hello ICNRG,

IETF-109 is coming up in November.

Dave and I have been considering to arrange for an ICNRG Interim *after* 
the IETF-109 week, as we have done last time. We found it easier to 
avoid the busy IETF week and have more flexibility with respect to 
scheduling.

So, that could mean that we go for an online Interim with 
technical/researchy content in the week of November 23.

Let us know what you think (or if you have other preferences).

Best regards,

Dirk & Dave