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RE: proposed charter for TLS working group

From: Tom Stephens <tomste@microsoft.com>
Date: Wed, 8 May 1996 12:09:21 -0700
Message-Id: <c=US%a=_%p=msft%l=RED-88-MSG-960508190921Z-12474@abash1.microsoft.com>
To: "'ietf-tls@w3.org'" <ietf-tls@w3.org>, "'Christopher Allen'" <ChristopherA@consensus.com>
Based upon what I have seen on this list and discussions I have had, it
looks as if we will have more than 10 attendees.  

I would like to propose meeting at one of the hotels in Palo Alto.  Palo
Alto is centrally located and we won't be imposing on any one company. 
If there are no objections, I will make some tentative arrangements and
post the details on the list for your comments later today.

Tom Stephens

>From: 	Christopher Allen[SMTP:ChristopherA@consensus.com]
>Sent: 	Wednesday, May 08, 1996 11:29 AM
>To: 	ietf-tls@w3.org
>Subject: 	Re: proposed charter for TLS working group
>At 5:58 AM  -0700 5/8/96, David P. Kemp wrote:
>>Remember that the intelligence of a committee is inversely proportional
>>to the square of the number of participants.  A properly-composed
>>small group may be able to move things along smartly, in both senses
>>of the word.
>I agree with this statement.
>BTW, if the size of the group is small (say 7-10 or so) I'd be glad to
>the meeting either in our Berkeley office or in our San Jose office.
>have access to workwalls.
>..Christopher Allen                  Consensus Development
>..<ChristopherA@consensus.com>                 1563 Solano Avenue
>..                                             Berkeley, CA
>..<http://www.consensus.com/>             o510/559-1500 
Received on Wednesday, 8 May 1996 15:39:25 UTC

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