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"Brian" == Brian E Carpenter <brc(_at_)zurich(_dot_)ibm(_dot_)com> writes:
Brian> to achieve a reasonably consistent Internet. The intention
Brian> is that everybody stays for 4.5 days and takes an active part
Brian> in multiple WGs and BOFs. Parachuting in for one WG is simply
Brian> not effective, since we need to understand and resolve conflicting
Brian> issues between WGs.
Brian> In that context, late agenda changes in order to minimize
Brian> clashes are common events.
I've always repeated exactly this when people wonder why I don't leave
However, I continue to find that Monday/Tuesday is extremely overloaded.
I also wonder if we couldn't instruct the hotel staff to put fewer
chairs in the rooms, spread out a bit more (in both directions). Also to
put the aisles on left and right of the room rather than in the middle.
That would eliminate the 50% of chairs which are either unused
(because each person wants an empty chair on each side of them), or
because access involves climbing over far too many people.
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