IETF meat grinder

Michael Richardson <mcr+ietf@sandelman.ca> Sun, 02 October 2022 11:58 UTC

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Subject: IETF meat grinder
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The CELLAR WG is having an in-person interim meeting at a conference related
to AV stuff. (NoTimeToWait, in The Hague at the end of October).
The core of the CELLAR WG is about 8 people.

We expect the audience to be ~50 people, 95% people new to the IETF, and so
this is a kind of IETF WG Theatre... We normally get things done by walking
through github issues (no slideware).  But, I'll want to have a few
introductory slides explaining what we are doing, ideally with "you are here" pointers.

I envision some kind of Monty-Python meat grinder diagram of our process.
Anyone have such imagery?
The goal is to engage more "outside" reviewers, and ideally turn them into
inside reviewers and authors.

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