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

"Murphy, Sandra" <> Tue, 27 March 2012 08:32 UTC

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Moderate badness in the Monday meeting was due to my laptop communication problems.  Suggestions welcome as how to handle such a situation better.  Pkt loss for me varied 0-33-50-100%.  Help desk and NOC were unable to diagnose.  

On hotel wireless, I see congestion (judged by ping latencies) and slowness from time to time, but nothing as debilitating as in the conference center.  It was not only in the room, it was everywhere.  More diagnosis attempts with help desk today, else I will have to find alternate platform for Wed meeting.

Chris and I have equal access to meeting materials, webex codes, etc. so we have backup in case one laptop fails.  Which was the only way we were able to progress this time.

I should have printed everything.  People snicker at those who carry paper, but paper doesn't have pkt loss, or congestion, or blue screen, etc.


From: [] on behalf of Samuel Weiler []
Sent: Monday, March 26, 2012 11:14 AM
To: Christopher Morrow
Subject: Re: [sidr] Interim Meeting Dates/Locations (Proposed)

I am content to have interim meetings iff the WG commits to improving
the technical facilities for remote participants.  That was fumbled
badly at the San Diego interim meeting and moderately badly today.
We need to do better.

To encourage us to do better, I suggest that the first of these
interims (on whatever date; see below) be virtual-only.  If we
continue to have technical foibles, I suggest that the remaining
interims be cancelled entirely.

On Mon, 26 Mar 2012, Christopher Morrow wrote:

> Mon Apr 30 - after ARIN (IAD)
> Fri Jun 29 - (BWI/IAD)
> Fri Jul 27 - prior to IETF84 (YVR)

Neither of these Fridays work for me (June 29th at all, July 27th in
person) due to prior commitments, and the Monday is dicey.  My general
preference would be to have these meetings midweek (Tues/Wed/Thurs),
thereby avoiding weekend-impinging travel.

> Wed Jun 6 - NANOG (YVR)

But that's World IPv6 Launch Day!  (No real objection.)
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