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Does MHTML WG want to meet in Chicago and the 42nd IETF?


Einar Stefferud <[log in to unmask]>


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Wed, 10 Jun 1998 11:39:32 -0700





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The only topic we have to discuss is the content of Jacob's INFO DRAFT.

At most, we should only ask for a 1 hour slot, but that might also be
too much. As an alternate, we could do some kind of ad hoc lunch
meeting among MHTML Folk who care enough to join into an ad hoc
meetings, and leave the scheduled slots to more serious workers in
other groups.

I see no reason to have a meeting if we have no discussion on the
list. WG Decisions must be made on the list in any case, so we cannot
move the document with only face to face meetings.

I have seen no comments of any kind on the INFO draft. Should we
assume that the implemntors do not find it useful, or that they have
read it all and are past the need for it, and that they have no new
comments to aid other implementors with whatever tricky stuff needs to
be exposed to promote "Content Interoperability" which is what we are
attempting to make happen.

We have until Aug 3 at 17:00US-EDT (22:00 GMT).


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Date: Wed, 10 Jun 1998 12:00:43 -0400

We will be taking scheduling requests for ALL Working Groups and BOFs
starting today. The cut-off for requesting slots is Monday, August 3
at 5:00 ET. The Agenda for the working group is due by Wednesday,
August 19 at 12:00 noon ET, please submit it to [log in to unmask]


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2. Tuesday will have one-hour sessions. If your working group or BOF
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   Please indicate on your request if you will need a one-hour session.
   Requests for two contiguous one-hour sessions will not be addressed
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3. Working groups will be allowed a maximum of two slots. If your
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   additional slots only if they are available after agenda scheduling
   has closed (currently August 3) and with approval from the AD.

4. BOF's will not be scheduled unless the AD approved request is
   accompanied by a full description (including BOF name and acronym,
   chairs name) and an agenda.
Attendance Count from the 41st IETF

aatn 120 ipfc 72 pppext 136
acap 46 ipngwg 237 ptopomib 40
avt 121 ipp 28 radius 73
bmwg 24 ippm 141 rap 176
bridge 26 ipsec 203 rps 90
calsch 91 iptel 179 rtfm 97
cat 130 ipvbi 45 run 11
cidf 120 issll 110 saag 158
conneg 39 ldapext 144 schema 34
dasl 40 ldup 72 sieve 87
dhc 100 malloc 135 smime 113
diffserv 250 manet 57 snmpv3 97
disman 45 mboned 105 spki 101
drums 50 mhtml 32 ssh 22
ecn 148 mmusic 148 svrloc 68
entmib 31 mobileip 126 tcpimpl 151
fax 80 mpls 300 tcpsat 139
grip 15 msgmib 17 tip 23
httpext 79 nat 132 tls 156
hubmib 31 ngtrans 208 tn3270e 20
idmr 165 nntpext 25 udlr 98
idr 157 openpgp 75 urlreg 31
ifmib 33 pint 157 uswg 27
ion 115 pipr 64 vrrp 56
iotp 80 pkix 199 wasrv 75
ipcdn 37 pktway 14 webdav 40
DRAFT Agenda of the Forty-second IETF
August 23-28, 1998

MONDAY, August 24, 1998
0900-0930 Opening Plenary -
0930-1130 Morning Sessions

1300-1500 Afternoon Sessions I

1530-1730 Afternoon Sessions II

1930-2200 Evening Sessions

TUESDAY, August 25, 1998
0900-1000 Morning Sessions I

1015-1115 Morning Sessions II

1300-1400 Afternoon Sessions I

1415-1515 Afternoon Sessions II

1545-1645 Afternoon Sessions III

1700-1800 Afternoon Sessions IV

WEDNESDAY, August 26, 1998
0900-1130 Morning Sessions

1300-1500 Afternoon Sessions I

1530-1730 Afternoon Sessions II

1930-2030 Presentations -
2030-2200 Open Plenary

THURSDAY, August 27, 1998
0900-1130 Morning Sessions

1300-1500 Afternoon Sessions I

1530-1730 Afternoon Sessions II

FRIDAY, August 28, 1998
0900-1130 Morning Sessions

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