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Re: REMINDER: Doodle: Face to Face meeting in September 2015

From: Adam Roach <abr@mozilla.com>
Date: Wed, 20 May 2015 14:33:09 -0500
Message-ID: <555CE175.1040406@mozilla.com>
To: Eric Rescorla <ekr@rtfm.com>, Harald Alvestrand <harald@alvestrand.no>
CC: "public-webrtc@w3.org" <public-webrtc@w3.org>
I'd like to see a clarification here before I submit any poll response 
-- the dates I can attend change quite a bit depending on where we'll be 
meeting.

One subtlety that is easy to overlook is that a meeting on September 9th 
in Europe requires US attendees to depart on Memorial Day in order to 
attend. In addition to requiring people to brave Christmas-travel-level 
chaos in US airports, I suspect that many Americans have family 
obligations that would prevent being able to do so. It's certainly true 
in my case.

/a

On 5/20/15 10:02, Eric Rescorla wrote:
> IETF80 EU
> IETF81 EC
> IETF82 AS
> TPAC11 WC
> INT82.5 WC
> IETF83 EU
> INT83.5 EU
> IETF84 WC
> IETF84.5 EU
> TPAC12 EU
> IETF85 EC
> INT85.5 EC
> IETF86 EC
> IETF87 EU
> IETF88 WC
> TPAC13 AS
> IETF89 EU
> IETF90 EC
> TPAC14 WC
> IETF91 AS
> IETF92 EC
> IETF93 EU
> webrtc XX
> TPAC15 AS
> IETF94 AS
> IETF95 EU
> IETF96 EU
> IETF97 AS
> IETF98 WC
> IETF99 EU
>
>
> On Tue, May 19, 2015 at 10:55 PM, Harald Alvestrand 
> <harald@alvestrand.no <mailto:harald@alvestrand.no>> wrote:
>
>     On 05/20/2015 12:47 AM, Eric Rescorla wrote:
>>     Harald,
>>
>>     I thought we had agreed to try to balance the meetings between
>>     West Coast US,
>>     East Coast US, and Europe. If you look at the schedule after IETF
>>     93, I believe
>>     we will have had the following meeting distribution:
>>
>>     IETF93 {'EU': 8, 'NONE': 999, 'WC': 5, 'AS': 3, 'EC': 6}
>>
>>     This suggests that the next meeting should be West Coast, or
>>     failing that
>>     East Coast, not Europe.
>
>     Hm. I must admit to not having done the count - and to not having
>     the list handy.
>     None of the recent interims and TPACs (post Lyon) have been in
>     Europe, but we will have had two IETFs in Europe (London and
>     Prague) before this interim.
>
>     Can you send me the list of meetings you're using?
>
>>
>>     -Ekr
>>
>>
>>     On Tue, May 19, 2015 at 12:19 AM, Harald Alvestrand
>>     <harald@alvestrand.no <mailto:harald@alvestrand.no>> wrote:
>>
>>         Reminder:
>>
>>         We'll look at this doodle on Friday, and try to draw a
>>         conclusion.
>>         Please reply to the doodle - ESPECIALLY if your answer is
>>         "won't make it
>>         at any of the times suggested".
>>
>>         Den 12. mai 2015 15:14, skrev Harald Alvestrand:
>>         > Another Doodle, this time to choose between possible times
>>         for a
>>         > face-to-face in September.
>>         >
>>         > Given the location of the last few meetings, we think
>>         Europe is a
>>         > reasonable choice this time, but we don't have a place yet.
>>         > Well connected is important, of course.
>>         >
>>         > Doodle is here:
>>         >
>>         > http://doodle.com/8nqcbnd7ebv4nfau
>>         >
>>         > NOTE: We cancelled the IETF-associated meeting because the
>>         doodle showed
>>         > that we did not have a critical mass of contributors (and a
>>         significant
>>         > number of people said they would choose not to come).
>>         >
>>         > When interpreting this doodle, we'll use the same thinking:
>>         If we don't
>>         > have enough people to make it worth showing up, we won't
>>         schedule a meeting.
>>         >
>>         > Decision time can be assumed to be end of next week: May
>>         22, 2015, 23:59
>>         > UTC. (We'll probably make a decision somewhat later, but
>>         it's safe to
>>         > assume that if you're entered on the poll at this time,
>>         your opinion
>>         > will be considered!)
>>         >
>>         > Harald, for the chairs
>>         >
>>         >
>>
>>
>>
>
>
>     -- 
>     Surveillance is pervasive. Go Dark.
>
>


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