[tsvwg] Are there topics that need to be considered/presented at the up-coming (on-line) TSVWG meeting?
Gorry Fairhurst <email@example.com> Tue, 19 January 2021 15:00 UTC
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Subject: [tsvwg] Are there topics that need to be considered/presented at the up-coming (on-line) TSVWG meeting?
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This email is in advance of the up-coming IETF meeting. TSVWG has requested time on the agenda and the TSVWG chairs would now like to understand if there are topics that might require time at the meeting. It will be especially important to plan ahead when asking for time in this virtual meeting. - Current work: Are there specific areas of the work or issues that you think might benefit from more discussion or require presentation to the working group to move forward relating to any of the existing drafts? - New work is welcome: Would you like to propose new work for TSVWG to consider? If you do, you should contact the chairs as soon as possible, **and** start discussion of the topic/issue on the mailing list. (List discussion before the meeting is a pre-requisite to receiving a presentation time slot at the next meeting, preferably **also** with a published initial individual draft as soon as possible, and well before the meeting date.) Please *do* contact the chairs <email@example.com> if you think there is something that should be presented. Best wishes, Gorry, David and Wes
- [tsvwg] Are there topics that need to be consider… Gorry Fairhurst
- Re: [tsvwg] Are there topics that need to be cons… Ana Custura