Re: [rtcweb] Update of future interim meeting locations

Eric Rescorla <ekr@rtfm.com> Tue, 17 April 2012 20:58 UTC

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On Mon, Apr 16, 2012 at 3:45 PM, Cullen Jennings <fluffy@cisco.com> wrote:
> First of all, the chairs would are going to declare that there is WG
> consensus for a 1:1:1 meeting rotation between west coast of north
> america, europe, and east coast of north america and plan to run
> approximately equal number of meetings in these locations.  In
> counting the number of past meetings in a given region, we will
> include all the face to face RTCWeb and WebRTC meetings as this work
> is closely joined and a large number of the participants travel to
> both sets of meetings. The face to face meetings that happen at the
> main IETF or W3C meetings are included in this count. Collocated
> meetings will be counted just once as they only require one set of
> travel to that location.

Cullen,

Thanks for this clarification. Just to be totally sure I understand,
do you mean the following algorithm?

   For an interim meeting at time X, sum up all the prior meetings
   for each of the regions. The region with the fewest prior
   meetings is then selected for the next interim. [0]

Is this what you guys have in mind?

-Ekr

[0] For extra credit, ties need to be resolved somehow. I can
suggest a mechanism if you need one :)