Re: [MEDIACTRL] Do we need time in Beijing?

Eric Burger <eburger@standardstrack.com> Sun, 26 September 2010 02:18 UTC

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Let's put it another way: we are very close to being finished.

If I was a jerk, I would say, "If the documents are not done in the next two weeks, we meet, and whoever shows up gets to be the editor and get attribution for the work."

Of course, I am not a jerk.

Well, I can be.

Let's get this done!

BTW, I will be in Beijing, so no issue for me...

On Sep 25, 2010, at 4:47 PM, Worley, Dale R (Dale) wrote:
> 
> [as chair]
> 
> Do we need a session in Beijing?  The deadline for requesting a session is upon us (Monday).
> 
> The Datatracker says that we have several finished RFCs, one draft in IESG evaluation (which we've been seeing progress on), two that the IESG thinks need work, and two drafts that "exist".  My sense is that author bandwidth is the limiting resource at the moment.
> 
> The only one draft has been updated since Maastricht and only two since Anaheim.
> 
> Will a session in Beijing help move things along?
> 
> Dale