Re: Remote hubs for IETF 98

Leif Johansson <> Sat, 04 February 2017 12:12 UTC

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Subject: Re: Remote hubs for IETF 98
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> 3 feb. 2017 kl. 21:56 skrev IETF Chair <>rg>:
> I’m happy to report that Ted Hardie and Warren Kumari and Google have
> stepped up to make alternate arrangements for people who might have
> difficulty travelling due to the recent travel restrictions. Thank you! 

Way to go Warren & Ted!

> Please see the details below:
> -------
> Hi Jari,
> Warren and I have arranged for Google to provide two remote hubs for
> participants who won't be able to attend IETF 98 in Chicago because
> of the recent travel restrictions.  While we understand that many folks
> might prefer to simply attend remotely from their home or office,
> experience with the IGF and the Latin American remote IETF hubs
> suggests that there may be folks who prefer to be with others for
> the events.  We hope that providing this option makes things a bit
> easier for them.
> The current plan is to use two Google offices, one in eastern Canada
> (so as to be in a nearby time zone) and one in Europe (which seems
> to have the highest percentage of affected participants).  These
> offices will be staffed by volunteers and will provide local conference
> room facilities, wireless network, and snacks.
> We have some flexibility on which offices to use, and we'd be happy
> to take email from potential remote participants on their preferences.
> Alternatively, we've also set up a form at
> to collect this data, if people prefer not to use email for this.  (The
> form does not require a Google login to complete).  
> We understand, of course, that situation is fluid, but given the need
> to coordinate with local volunteers, it would be great to have an 
> early insight into who many of the affected people might use this
> option.  If you could share this option with the community so we
> can get that insight, we'd appreciate it.
> thanks,
> Ted Hardie
> Warren Kumari