Re: [xrblock] XRBLOCK meeting at IETF-92?

"Romascanu, Dan (Dan)" <> Fri, 09 January 2015 11:57 UTC

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Hi Alissa,

We'll certainly do this if we ask for a meeting slot (not sure at this point). The rather long list is due to conflicts of the chairs and principal contributors ( I am 'guilty' of the presence of lmap and sacm on this list). We will review it and see what we can drop.



From: Alissa Cooper []
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To: Romascanu, Dan (Dan)
Subject: Re: [xrblock] XRBLOCK meeting at IETF-92?

On Jan 8, 2015, at 6:52 AM, Romascanu, Dan (Dan) <<>> wrote:


It's time to request a meeting slot at IETF-92 if we plan to meet. Before making a request I would suggest to discuss what would be the agenda.

As a reminder - we met for one hour at IETF-91.

Our list of conflicts at IETF-91 included:

trill siprec rtcweb raiarea payload opsawg opsarea netmod netconf mmusic lmap ippm insipid codec bmwg bfcpbis avtext avtcore tsvarea sacm alto spring pce mpls i2rs idr

Not a comment about the agenda, but I note that this is a rather long conflicts list for a rather small and focused working group - in particular the last 8 or so conflicts listed seem possibly superfluous. Might be worth thinking about trimming this list if you do request a session.


Thanks and Regards,


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