[rgchairs] Re: 65th IETF - WG/RG/BOF Scheduling

Henrik Levkowetz <henrik@levkowetz.com> Sat, 28 January 2006 18:57 UTC

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Subject: [rgchairs] Re: 65th IETF - WG/RG/BOF Scheduling
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on 2006-01-17 16:15 Allison Mankin said the following:
> Hi,
> Just pull down the menu in each priority category as many times as
> you need to - it will place multiple working group names on
> the in First Priority, Second Priority and Third Priority.
> Not intuitive enough a design.

I agree.

Also, I have lists of conflicts from previous years, which I use as a
base for the request this time.  I'd love to be able to just type
in the list, but the tool forces me to use the drop-down list.  A bit
awkward. But where this becomes more awkward is when I go through the
earlier list, and the first conflict is a second-priority conflict.
The tool forces me to skip that and list first-priority conflicts
before I may list second-priority conflicts.  Is that necessary?


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