[yam] swapping YAM and MORG?

Tony Hansen <tony@att.com> Sun, 21 February 2010 15:05 UTC

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Subject: [yam] swapping YAM and MORG?
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We've received a request to swap YAM and MORG's time slots. This would 
put it in the Wednesday 3:10 PM slot instead:

Wednesday
1510-1610 Afternoon Session II
 >>>California B 	APP 	morg 	Message Organization WG<<<
 >>> Proposed timeslot for YAM <<<
Huntington 	INT 	6man 	IPv6 Maintenance WG
Redondo 	RAI 	e2m 	E. 164 to Metadata BOF
Manhattan 	SEC 	kitten 	Kitten (GSS-API Next Generation) WG
California A 	SEC 	tls 	Transport Layer Security WG
California C 	TSV 	conex 	Congestion Exposure

Does anyone have an issue with this timeslot?

	Tony Hansen
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	co-chair hat firmly in place