[oud] Bar BOF @ IETF79?

Mark Jones <mark@azu.ca> Tue, 26 October 2010 16:47 UTC

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Thanks for creating the list, Glen.

Any plans for a bar BOF in Beijing? We could use some f2f time to come
to a common understanding of which "operational uses" are in scope and
who is interested in working on what.

Mark