6MAN - Call for agenda items IETF 107

otroan@employees.org Mon, 10 February 2020 20:42 UTC

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Subject: 6MAN - Call for agenda items IETF 107
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The 6MAN chairs are starting the planning for the 6man meeting in Vancouver at IETF107.

If you have a draft you would like to discuss, please send your request for agenda time to the 6man chairs. Please include in the request, the title of the presentation, file name of the draft, the speaker's name (and email), and how much time you would like.

We will prioritize drafts that are working group items and drafts that have been actively discussed on the IPv6 list.

We expect at least half of each talk’s presentation time to be used for open discussion, please plan your presentation accordingly.  That is, not too many slides for the time slot.

New drafts not discussed on the mailing list prior to the meeting, or drafts that do not appear to have support from the working group are unlikely to get time at the meeting.

Please send your proposed agenda items to the chairs by 2020-03-09 (March 9th).

Remember the draft cut-off date for all Internet Drafts is 2020-03-09 (March 9th) UTC 23:59 (2 weeks before the meeting).

Bob & Ole