[vmeet] timeframe

Dave CROCKER <dhc@dcrocker.net> Thu, 14 May 2009 22:28 UTC

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John Leslie wrote:
>    Our timeframe is too short to rule out "hacks" for Stockholm. For
> the IETF after that, we should be able to automate things.

The timeframe for vmeet is whatever we set it to be.  My own participation came 
from suggesting that we work towards replacing at least one IETF week with 
virtual meetings.  There is no way that is happening immediately.  It's a goal, 
but we are not trying to meet it instantly.

Since there already are virtual interim meetings, here too we do not have to 
have an "immediate" deadline.

That's why I think we can and should target capabilities beyond what the IETF 
currently use, balancing against easy, reliable use so that folks will not feel 
that it is a burden to participate.



   Dave Crocker
   Brandenburg InternetWorking