Re: [Trans] Toronto session

Ben Laurie <> Wed, 30 April 2014 11:45 UTC

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On 29 April 2014 15:56, Melinda Shore <> wrote:

> I need to get a session request in for the Toronto meeting.
> I have a strong preference for using face to face meeting time
> for discussion and for resolving issues that have been raised on
> the mailing list or in the issue tracker.  Right now things
> seem to be going smoothly, but I'd like to get a sense from
> the people actually doing the work of what they feel would benefit
> from face-to-face discussion, how much time they think is
> needed, whether or not there are outstanding issues that need
> more explanation, etc.
> Trying to figure out how much time to request, as well.  The
> options are 1 hour, 2 hours, 2.5 hours, and some combination
> in multiple sessions.  Right now my feeling is that we wouldn't
> need more than two hours but I'm open to requesting more
> if there's a need.

What's the deadline for this? We have the CT Hack Day coming up next week,
and we might have a better view, at least from our end, on what's left
after that. We intend to do some work on the I-D.

Which reminds me, I put the wrong OIDs into -02, I need to push a new

Certificate Transparency is hiring! Let me know if you're interested.