Re: IETF 92 in Dallas!

Robert Raszuk <robert@raszuk.net> Fri, 17 August 2012 19:05 UTC

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Hi Bob,

Is there any way to broaden the scope of IAOC choice and provide the 
candidate locations which would meet IETF criteria by any IETF member ?

For example once I know the criteria I could check around in Poland to 
see if there is any place which would satisfy the future IETF venue.

I am sure friends from South America would be glad to conduct similar 
local research in their neighborhood. So would others from other 
continents.

Are the criteria for IETF meetings published or is this some sort of top 
secret (for example how much the venue may cost) ?

Could we all contribute via a wiki page ? Could we make the IETF choice 
of location an open process ?

Thx,
R.


> Arturo,
>
> [Reducing the cc: list to just the IETF and IAOC lists]
>
> The IAOC seriously investigated a venue in South America for IETF92,
> but based on the data we collected it did not meet the criteria for
> IETF meetings.  We are continuing to talk with the group that
> suggested the venue and are also looking at other venues in that
> region for future meetings.
>
> We have open meeting slots in 2015-2017.
>
> Bob IAOC Chair