Re: [sidr] Interim Meeting Dates/Locations (Proposed)

Tim Bruijnzeels <tim@ripe.net> Tue, 27 March 2012 08:45 UTC

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Subject: Re: [sidr] Interim Meeting Dates/Locations (Proposed)
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On 26 Mar 2012, at 16:43, Christopher Morrow wrote:

> So, as stated in the meeting today, and in these slides:
>  <http://www.ietf.org/proceedings/83/slides/slides-83-sidr-8.pdf>
> 
> There is a proposal to schedule 5 future Interim Face to Face
> (+virtual) meetings. The dates/locations are:
> 
> Mon Apr 30 - after ARIN (IAD)

Can not attend.

> Wed Jun 6 - NANOG (YVR)
> Fri Jun 29 - (BWI/IAD)

Can attend remotely depending on agenda.

> Fri Jul 27 - prior to IETF84 (YVR)
> Sun Sep 23 - prior to RIPE (AMS)
> 

Can attend in person.

> The hope is that:
>  1) WG folks interested in the forward progress of the WG work can
> attend (either physically or virtually)
>  2) WG folk interested see this number of meetings (about 1/month for
> the next 6 months) as appropriate
>  3) the overlap/adjacency with existing operations meetings will help
> travel problems AND bring in some ops focus/requirements as well to
> the work.
> 
> Please have a discussion on the applicability of the meetings (number
> and attendance capabilities) and let's close that discussion out ~Mar
> 29, 2012 23:59 Paris Local Time (CEST?).
> 

As I stated before I prefer to have the extra time during, or next to, an IETF -- I already planned to attend those. So the extra meeting in Vancouver works for me. I understand that a higher frequency is good for momentum but extra travel is not possible for me and remote attendance is not ideal.


> -Chris
> <co-chair>
> (Note: the deadline is to avoid scheduling/process deadlines in
> getting the first meeting note out via IETF/IESG-secretary)
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