Re: [79all] IETF Badge

Randall Gellens <rg+ietf@qualcomm.com> Fri, 12 November 2010 02:42 UTC

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At 9:34 PM -0500 11/11/10, Scott O. Bradner wrote:

>  correction to history - it was Phill Gross not Steve Coya

I recall Steve saying (at the opening plenary on Monday morning in 
Dallas I think) "Don't crash my meeting!" but can't recall if he said 
anything about checking badges or not.

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Randall Gellens
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