Re: IEPG Meeting

Paul Ferguson <> Fri, 29 October 1999 21:00 UTC

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Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 16:50:58 -0400
To: "Philip J. Nesser II" <>
From: Paul Ferguson <>
Subject: Re: IEPG Meeting
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I would like to address the IEPG (pronounced "Eye E Pee
Gee -- the "g" is hard) on the topic of CALEA.

Can you carve 15 minutes for me?

- paul

At 12:13 PM 10/29/1999 -0700, Philip J. Nesser II wrote:

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>There will be a meeting of the IEPG on the Sunday (November 7)
>preceeding the IETF in Washington.  The meeting will start at 10:00am
>and run into the afternoon depending on the number of agenda topics.
>Room to be determined.
>If you are unfamiliar with the IEPG please see the web site at
>This is a call for further agenda topics. Topics tend to include
>operational issues regarding the net, as well as studies on
>deployments of new technology and emerging IETF protocols.  If you
>have any interesting work on these types of issues please volunteer to
>spend a few minutes presenting it to your collegues.  This can be a
>great forum for sharing issues that might normally be buried in a
>specific Working Group to a wider audience who might have insights
>into problems or possible interactions with other work.  The material
>doesn't have to be perfect or fancy.  The group is very informal and
>For the usual suspects:
>I have volunteers from APNIC for a report, but still have no
>volunteers from RIPE, ARIN and INTERNIC.
>- --->  Phil
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