Re: IETF 92 in Dallas!

Mark Andrews <marka@isc.org> Thu, 16 August 2012 08:17 UTC

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In message <502C81D2.3020600@bogus.com>om>, joel jaeggli writes:
> On 8/15/12 9:49 PM, Alejandro Acosta wrote:
> > Hi All,
> >    In my humble opinion I totally agree with Arturo. So far I do know
> > several cities in Latin America and I believe Sao Paulo (Brazil) or
> > Cancun (Mexico) might be a good options. Of course there are many more
> > good cities, those ware the first two that came to my mind.
> >    I hope IETF 100 can be done over there.
> Notably Sao Paulo gets a train line from GRU in time for the worldcup in 
> theory, which would be a substantial accessibility improvement.
> 
> Some locations in the southern hemisphere where attendees hail from have 
> even more painful routing than normal to GRU e.g. syd. The observation 
> would be that it's a long-haul for all but a handful of attendees.

And it would be ~$1000 (AUD) more than Vancouver was from Sydney.

		SYD -> SCL -> GRU  21:40
		GRU -> SLC -> SYD  24:30

> > See you,
> >
> > Alejandro,
> >
> >
> >
> > On 8/15/12, Arturo Servin <aservin@lacnic.net> wrote:
> >> 	So "Americas" was actually "North America".
> >>
> >> 	Well, it went the possibility to have one in central or south america, 
> what
> >> at shame. At least until IETF 98 in March 2017 no IETF down the south of R
> io
> >> Grande.
> >>
> >> 	May I ask the IAOC, what are the impediments to have one IETF in Latin
> >> America?
> >>
> >> Regards,
> >> as
> >>
> >> On 15 Aug 2012, at 14:04, IETF Administrative Director wrote:
> >>
> >>> The IAOC is pleased to announce Dallas, TX, USA as the site for IETF 92
> >>> from March 22-27,
> >>> 2015.  The IETF was last in Dallas for IETF 65 in 2006.  IETF 92 will be
> >>> at a different venue in
> >>> the Dallas Arts District.
> >>>
> >>> Those who may be interested in hosting or sponsoring this or any future
> >>> meeting are invited to
> >>> contact Drew Dvorshak at dvorshak@isoc.org.  See Host opportunities
> >>> below.
> >>>
> >>> Ray Pelletier
> >>> IETF Administrative Director
> >>>
> >>> IETF Meeting Schedule:
> >>>
> >>> 2012
> >>> 	IETF 85  Atlanta  4 - 9 November   Host: North American Cable Industry
> >>>
> >>> 2013
> >>> 	IETF 86  Orlando  10 - 15 March (Back-to-back with IEEE 802) Comcast &
> >>> NBC Universal
> >>> 	IETF 87  Berlin  28 July - 2 Aug  Host and Sponsors Sought
> >>> 	IETF 88  Vancouver  3 - 8 November  Host Sought
> >>>
> >>> 2014 - Hosts sought
> >>> 	IETF 89	London
> >>> 	IETF 90	Toronto
> >>> 	IETF 91   Honolulu	
> >>>
> >>> 2015 - Hosts sought
> >>> 	IETF 92	Dallas
> >>> 	IETF 93	Europe
> >>> 	IETF 94	Yokohama  WIDE
> >>
> 
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