[iola-conversion-tool] Several problems with HTML agenda page

Adam Roach <adam@nostrum.com> Mon, 05 March 2012 19:05 UTC

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Subject: [iola-conversion-tool] Several problems with HTML agenda page
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The HTML agenda still has quite a few issues that surfaced as part of 
the migration. Go to 
https://datatracker.ietf.org/meeting/83/agenda.html#RAI and open up the 
"Select working group sessions" section.

Problem 1: You'll notice that the "GEN" column is empty. It should 
contain "antitrust," "rpsreqs" and "rfcform."

Problem 2: Neither of the plenaries are rendered. Previously, the 
plenaries were always displayed. Under the current system, they appear 
to have been classified under "gen," along with the edu sessions ("Tools 
for creating internet-drafts tutorial" and "Newcomer orientation"). All 
four of these blocks should be rendered by default.

Problem 3: There is a mystery block from 12:30 to 13:50 on Friday in the 
room "Maillot."

Problem 4: Although it does not show up on the 83 agenda, there is 
something wrong with the characterization of the IRTF meeting for IETF 
82 (see https://datatracker.ietf.org/meeting/82/agenda.html#RAI) such 
that it is displayed by default. If this is simply a data import error 
for IETF 82, then it's no big deal. I'm worried that it might resurface 
in future agendas, though, so we do need to at least understand why it's 
being displayed all the time (rather than being considered an IRTF meeting).

Problem 5: The multi-draft PDF function appears to have been broken. Go 
to https://datatracker.ietf.org/meeting/agenda.html#tsvwg and scroll 
down to the TSVWG session. Just above the agenda, on the right, click on 
the "pdf" link. Instead of getting a PDF file, you'll get a 404 error. 
This is true also of the tar file link right next to it.

/a