Re: IETF Hackathon at IETF 92, March 21-22, Dallas, TX

Melinda Shore <melinda.shore@gmail.com> Wed, 25 February 2015 16:13 UTC

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On 2/25/15 6:58 AM, Charles Eckel (eckelcu) wrote:
> True, and hopefully the work at the Hackathon will provide useful input
> into BOFs, etc., that helps make more informed decisions about whether and
> how to proceed with forming working groups. If you have another technology
> you would like to propose and for which we can identify a champion to help
> drive it, we can add it, as we are doing today for SFC.

This whole process has been kind of odd and not at all
transparent.  Not sure why working group chairs weren't
approached for potential projects.  I just went through
the list of projects and it appears that Cisco is overrepresented
in the technologies being proposed.  This does not seem to be
an "IETF" hackathon, but rather a Cisco hackathon held in
at an IETF meeting.

Melinda