Re: [iola-conversion-tool] Bug in Datatracker Agenda Code?

Henrik Levkowetz <> Mon, 05 March 2012 15:30 UTC

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Subject: Re: [iola-conversion-tool] Bug in Datatracker Agenda Code?
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Hi Alexa,

On 2012-03-02 20:17 Alexa Morris said:
> There seems to be a small bug affecting Datatracker agenda code,
> because both the technical and the admin plenary agendas are being
> written to the same location.  I uploaded the admin agenda yesterday
> and then uploaded the technical plenary agenda, only to find that the
> technical plenary agenda went into the admin plenary slot. See here:

I think this has been corrected now?  The materials upload tool is under
Ryan's control, but I think the problem was that the different slots had
been assigned to the same group ('ietf'), while the technical plenary
now has been changed to belong to 'iab'.

(This should, by the way, permit the IETF chair and the IAB chair to upload
agenda materials for these two sessions directly, without having to go
through the secretariat).

> Let me know if you need additional information to research this.

It would be good if you could confirm that with the current session
assignment, upload works for both and only appears in the appropriate

Best regards,