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#196 not broken Fwd: Re: WG Chairs' Beer Evening in Maastreicht llynch@… Henrik Levkowetz <henrik@…>

I'd like to forward to you the WG Chair's beer evening information which
was sent out on the wgchairs list earlier today:



-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: WG Chairs' Beer Evening in Maastreicht
Date: Wed, 28 Jul 2010 02:06:58 -0700
From: Stig Venaas <>
To: Jari Arkko <>
CC: WG Chairs <>, Henrik Levkowetz <>

Jari Arkko wrote:
> Wojciech,
>> Sorry for missing a previous mail, but what day/evening has been chosen?
> Traditionally, we do this Wednesday night. IIRC Wednesday was mentioned 
> earlier in the thread, so I'm hoping this is true for this IETF as well. 
> I can make it on Wednesday, at least :-)

I would suggest we do it at the usual time, which I guess is right after
the plenary tonight.

Several of us have now been to

Cafe 't Pothuiske, Het Bat 1,

and it looks like a good place to go. Only issue is that tonight they
seem to only have cold food like sandwiches.

The place is by the west river bank, just a little bit south of where
the social was.

They have been warned that a large crowd is likely to show up tonight.


#465 wontfix Fwd: Remote participation nkukich@… rpelletier@…

Begin forwarded message:

> From: Melinda Shore <>
> Date: March 28, 2012 12:35:15 AM EDT
> To:
> Subject: Remote participation
> So far this meeting has been somewhat less remote-friendly than usual.
> Some of it can be attributed to crappy audio and it's not clear to me
> whether and/or to what extent that's under the control of the IETF,
> but while some chairs have done an excellent job keeping tabs on remote
> participants through the Jabber rooms (thank you, Paul Hoffman, for
> doing a great job with ipsecme despite funky audio) so far I've found
> that the majority are checking Jabber rooms as an afterthought, if at
> all (granted, probably a sampling problem).  The week isn't half over
> yet, so there's a chance to get things back on track and be attentive
> to your remote participants - make sure that audio is working, that
> they've got an opportunity to provide feedback/input, and that someone
> in the meeting room is checking the Jabber room regularly to see
> if there are issues.
> Melinda

#308 fixed Fwd: Room Switch Update xzhao@… anonymous

Due to the limited size of the Ruby room, we are exploring the potential to move the ISOC Advisory Council to the Garden WIng, Ballroom II.  This is the same room in which we had the Tuesday briefing panel.  At that time, there was already a switch there (CC07.1.0) and good wireless signal.  If we move the AC Meeting (Scheduled for Friday afternoon), will there still be network resources in that area that can accommodate us?



Begin forwarded message:

> From: Kevin Craemer <>
> Date: November 10, 2010 4:34:30 PM PST
> To: Steve Conte <>
> Subject: Re: Room Switch Update
> yes
> On Nov 10, 2010, at 7:33 PM, Steve Conte wrote:
>> Hi Kevin,
>> Is this Garden Wing?  Where we had the Tues panel?
>> Steve
>> On Nov 10, 2010, at 3:50 PM, Kevin Craemer wrote:
>>> Hi Steve,
>>> I'm now thinking of moving BOTH the press briefing and the AC meeting to Ballroom II.  This would give us more room, more set-up time and flexibility, and be cheaper than outfitting 2 rooms with AV.  I'm still awaiting confirmation that Ballroom II is available.
>>> Then I need to advise Drew, make sure he's OK with the venue change.
>>> In the meantime, can you confirm with JM that we will still have the necessary wifi and cable drops in Ballroom II.
>>> I'll let you know as soon as I can confirm the switch.
>>> Thanks,
>>> Kevin
>> -----
>> Steve Conte

Steve Conte

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