At 07:10 06-01-2012, Adrian Farrel wrote:
Not sure if I count as an "old boy" or not. Don't think I am as old as I feel.
You are not in that group. BTW, it's not age related.
Yes. Please do not make *any* provisions for remote participation at side
meetings. If the organisers want to arrange that sort of thing they can put
their mobile phone on the bar!
It is also not a requirement and may be impractical on low b/w links.
I didn't see any discussion of low bandwidth access in the
draft. Based on a comment posted last year, it looks like it will
not be part of RPS.
Should I send a short video of me typing this email?
On Jan 5, 2012, at 2:05 PM, Paul Hoffman wrote:
You of all people should be aware of the utility of having
discussions on one focused mailing list. :-)
Yes, like vip. :-)
I forgot the following requirement:
"The specifications shall rely solely upon IETF and other open
standards for all communications and interactions."
The IETF uses Skype for remote presentations. It will turn a blind
eye when the above requirement is bypassed.
At 08:48 06-01-2012, Marshall Eubanks wrote:
I say email addresses should be required because
There are XMPP identities (JID). That unfortunately does not map to
a participant's email address as Jabber never reached "must have" status.
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