Re: [nfsv4] Potential schedules for BakeAThons in 2011

Thomas Haynes <thomas@netapp.com> Mon, 11 October 2010 15:56 UTC

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On Oct 11, 2010, at 9:06 AM, Mike Eisler wrote:

> I get that as a WG in an international standards body with customers and
> employees spread across the world that having a testing event outside of
> the USA would be good.
> 
> However, there are significant costs for doing so, especially if equipment
> heavier than laptops is involved.
> 
> I suggest amortizing travel costs to align with an IETF meeting (most of
> much are no longer in the USA).
> 
> http://www.ietf.org/meeting/upcoming.html does not show Paris as future
> venue, though there are several European meetings planned with TBD as the
> venue.
> 


I actually consulted that schedule in making the proposal for Europe. My thoughts
were a little different in that I wanted to avoid having two international events in the
same quarter for a company.

You will notice that IETF 81 is in Canada (Which I don't consider a significant
cost unless I try to use my cell phone.) and in July. So a June trip to Europe
meets my criteria.

Using your criteria, the first available slot that works would be IETF 87 in July
2013.





> So unless Oracle wants to host a bake-a-thon in Prague next spring, I think
> we are going to Ann Arbor and Sunnyvale next year.
> 

Oracle does have an office there, no clue as to the size nor appropriateness.