Re: Updated potential meeting location list

Brian Campbell <> Thu, 20 February 2020 14:42 UTC

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From: Brian Campbell <>
Date: Thu, 20 Feb 2020 07:41:57 -0700
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Subject: Re: Updated potential meeting location list
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Thanks Jay,

I also admit to being a little confused by there being several cities that
were just added to the list of those assessed as suitable yet already have
meetings scheduled or very recently hosted meetings (Philly, San Fran,
Vancouver, Singapore). Can you shed some light on this seeming discrepancy?

Brian (who lives in the now great "assessed as suitable" city of Denver)

On Wed, Feb 19, 2020 at 9:38 PM Jay Daley <> wrote:

> Hi Ross
> On 20/02/2020, at 5:12 PM, Ross Finlayson <> wrote:
> It might be useful to give the *complete* list of cities that have been
> “assessed as suitable”, rather than just those that “have been added to
> those assessed as suitable”.  For example, several cities where the IETF
> has met recently - e.g. Prague, Berlin, Vienna, London, Paris - were not
> mentioned, yet Vancouver (where we have met many times, and are about to
> meet again) is listed in the "have been added to those assessed as
> suitable” list.  So the list is a little confusing.
> In my email announcement I provided a link to the complete list as a
> numbered reference in the text to aid readability with the URL at the
> bottom of the message  For reference that URL was
> Also, FYI, “Malta” is a country, not a city.  (Presumably you mean
> “Valletta".)
> Yes thank you for that, there were a number of city oddities on the list
> but I missed that one.
> It’s also a little surprising that no cities in Australia or New Zealand
> are listed.  (We met in Adelaide in 2000.)  I would expect to see Sydney
> and Melbourne considered as potential venues, as well as possibly Brisbane,
> Perth, and Auckland (New Zealand).
> Australia and New Zealand do not count as Asia in the policy (the policy
> specifically states that Adelaide was not in Asia). Consequently our focus
> for some time has been on those venues that do count within the regional
> rotation.
> For the moment we are not accepting any recommendations for potential
> additions to the list until we have put some more transparent processes in
> place that help us manage the work.
> I hope that clarified things.
> Jay (who lives in New Zealand)
> --
> Jay Daley
> IETF Executive Director

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