Re: Meetings at Web Conference in October (Eric W. Sink)
Date: Wed, 28 Sep 94 10:33:41 EDT
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Subject: Re: Meetings at Web Conference in October
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Stu wrote, a long time ago:
>I endorse Yuri's proposal for an HTML meeting.  My inclination is
>that it be a closely held meeting... the WG group... rather than
>an open session.  I don't mean this to be exclusionary (anybody
>is welcome to join the WG, afterall), but rather to sustain a
>serious focus to the meeting.

I don't recall seeing any plans for a meeting get finalized.  Now that
the agenda is out (, perhaps
we can try to schedule something.  I agree with Yuri and Stu that it should
be a closely held meeting.

Scheduling will be tricky.  All it takes is Yuri, TimBL, Stu and myself
to eliminate most of the week as viable options.

Monday - Tutorials all day.  I had not planned to be in Chicago that day.

People busy, by day:

        Session 1 - Stu
        Session 2 - Yuri
        Session 3 - Stu

        Session 1 - Yuri
        Session 2 - (none)
        Session 3 - Yuri, TimBL

        Session 1 - Eric, TimBL
        Session 2 - TimBL
        Session 3 - Eric
        Session 4 - Eric

The above chart is probably not complete.  Furthermore, the meeting will
obviously consist of more people than the 4 above.  (Heck, someone might
even want to *attend* a session or two! :-)

So, the point is that we probably have four quasi-options:

1.  Wednesday, session 2 (2:15 - 3:45)
2.  Monday, during the tutorials
3.  Some evening
        Monday evening is the reception
        Tuesday is the banquet
        Wednesday is BOFs
4.  Squeeze a meeting into the agenda
        The agenda doesn't appear to have any events listed for
        8-10, or 12-2 on Tuesday or Wednesday.

1 and 4 are probably unrealistic.  It looks to me like it's either
Wednesday evening, or Monday during the tutorials.


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