Re: A couple of meta points -- IETF 100, Singapore, onwards

Randy Bush <randy@psg.com> Wed, 25 May 2016 08:10 UTC

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> Suppose we could predict# that some number of attendees from China
> would be denied* entry into the US or Canada or Argentina at an
> upcoming meeting. Should we conclude that holding the meeting in those
> locations is unacceptable and seek a relocation?

yes, if "some number" is non-trivial, e.g. > {1,2}