Re: IETF 109 Preliminary Agenda

Dave Lawrence <tale@dd.org> Mon, 19 October 2020 01:40 UTC

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Andrew G. Malis writes:
> At least this way, you can still sleep in your own bed.

Not that I expect most folks to do something like this, so just
sharing another data point ...

I'll be sleeping at my office all week.  After the midnight to 6am
meeting, I'll get a solid 8 hours of sleep, head home to refresh and
spend time with the fam, then back to the office at like 21h after the
kids are put to bed.

It's a lot more family time than if I were in Bangkok.

I realize that many others do not necessarily have flexible enough
circumstances to accommodate something like this.