Re: [secdir] Tuesday lunch in Toronto conflict

Stephen Farrell <stephen.farrell@cs.tcd.ie> Tue, 24 June 2014 10:20 UTC

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Result: 11 participants, 8 said don't move, 3 said
they'll go to the ISOC gig, so we'll stick with the
usual secdir Tuesday lunch slot.

Thanks,
S.

On 19/06/14 13:36, Stephen Farrell wrote:
> 
> Hiya,
> 
> ISOC are organising one of their lunch time sessions in Toronto
> on the topic of "Internet Security and Privacy: Ten years later"
> 
> That conflicts with out usual get together which is a pity.
> We could try find another slot or just live with the conflict.
> (These ISOC things tend to be fairly high level informational
> panels rather than nitty-gritty lets-do-stuff meetings so I'm
> told.)
> 
> Kathleen and I would like to see what folks prefer. If enough
> of us want to move we'll try (and possibly fail) to find
> another slot.
> 
> I've created a doodle poll.
> 
> Please answer:
> 
> yes - if want to attend both and we should try move
>       the secdir lunch
> 
> if-need-be - if you're going to attend the ISOC thing
>       and not secdir if there is a conflict
> 
> no - if you think we should live with the conflict and
>       you will attend secdir regardless
> 
> The poll is at [1]. Please fill it in before the end
> of next Monday. If you've comments on the poll, enter
> them there please - if we need more mail on this we
> can do that next week.
> 
> If you're doing something else during that slot, then
> why did you read this far? :-)
> 
> Thanks,
> S.
> 
> [1] http://doodle.com/ktv2q3yr6s4e2am5
> 
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