Re: [ppsp] 转发:Re: IETF93 Prague meeting

Dave Cottlehuber <dch@skunkwerks.at> Thu, 16 July 2015 18:09 UTC

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> - is there anything further the WG needs to do, or are we ready to
> conclude now?
> [yf]Although the WG doesn't plan to have offical activities in IETF
> meetings, it may be a good ideathat the interested people discuss, deploy
> and update PPSP specs. We don't rule out the possibility of re-setting
> related works in IETF if there are ENOUGH effort on that.
> - are there any people going to IETF93 that would be interested in a
> casual meetup if there is no official session?

Hi all,

It seems there are enough interested people to organise a breakout
session
in Prague.

@all I suggest we arrange a meet up / dinner etc on Monday evening
anyway.
 Please reply offline if you are interested, I'll organise something
 sensible.

@Yunfei / @Martin how can I request a breakout room (if this is even
possible)
for the WG? 

If this falls under a WG session, I can contact spacereq@ietf.org but I
would
need Area Director's "rubber stamp" via email. 

Just let me know what's appropriate & I'll tackle the paperwork.

NB note I'll be available Monday & Tuesday only.

A+
Dave