Re: [Ietf108planning] Registration open for IETF 108

John Levine <johnl@taugh.com> Thu, 11 June 2020 20:30 UTC

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From: "John Levine" <johnl@taugh.com>
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Subject: Re: [Ietf108planning] Registration open for IETF 108
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In article <71021dea-5bf0-ac05-f9d7-cc7396540767@mtcc.com> you write:
>Not to be a wet blanket but what happens if corpro bean counters find 
>out that they can game the system for the cost of a checkbox?

I think we should burn that bridge if and when we get to it.

For decades it's been an open secret that anyone can walk into a
meeting session without a badge, yet whenever I looked around,
everyone I saw had a badge.