Re: request to make the "tools version" of the agenda the default

"Bert Wijnen (IETF)" <bertietf@bwijnen.net> Fri, 30 November 2012 08:03 UTC

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+1

On 11/29/12 7:11 PM, Wes Hardaker wrote:
>
> So, the 'tools version' with all the wonderful spiffy links to helpful
> things (the materials, the etherpad, the ...) and the spiffy
> highlighting ability (Dark Red!  I love dark red!) has been very stable
> and highly useful for quite a while now.  But the default link on the
> web page still points to the less-useful HTML version (which has a link
> at the top to get to the tools version).  I'd argue this is backwards at
> this point, and the tools version is so much more useful (and just as
> stable) as the plain-html version that it should be the default.  Can we
> do that for March+?
>
>
> [I know, we just *ended* a face-to-face meeting so why am I bringing up
> face-to-face meeting topics so far before the next one?  That's unheard
> of!  Call me crazy...]
>