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   1. Re: IEPG - Call for agenda items in Seoul. (Carlos M. Martinez)


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Date: Thu, 13 Oct 2016 16:08:33 -0300
From: "Carlos M. Martinez" <>
To: "Warren Kumari" <>
Subject: Re: IEPG - Call for agenda items in Seoul.
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Hi folks/Warren,

how are you coming along with the agenda? is there still room available ?



On 3 Oct 2016, at 18:34, Warren Kumari wrote:

> Hi there all,
> We are starting to organize the IEPG meeting in Seoul.
> As always, the IEPG will be meet on the Sunday before the IETF,
> from 10:00AM to noon.
> If you'd like to request agenda time, please let us know...
> The IEPG is an informal gathering that meets on the Sunday prior to
> IETF meetings. The intended theme of these meetings is essentially one
> of operational relevance in some form or fashion.
> Here are some of the previous presentations so that you can get a feel
> for the sorts of things that we discuss:
> Obviously we'd like to get a wider / different set of topics, but at
> least this way you have a general idea...
> IEPG participants are generally friendly (and you probably know most of
> them already) so if you are someone who is nervous about presenting,
> this is a safe place to get some experience....
> Waren and Chris.
> A few reminders / tips to help your presentation be effective:
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> 1: Please rehearse your talk, make sure that it fits within the
> allocated time slot, and that you have left some time for questions.
> It is very impolite to the working group to run over your allocated
> time, and we are likely to simply cut you off if you do.
> 2: We require slides at least *3* days before the meeting; you can
> revise them after this point if needed. Please include the version
> number on the first page of the slide deck. Please send them to the WG
> chairs alias - sending them to just one of us leads to confusion.
> 3: Please send these in PDF format - we?ve had a number of instances
> where the convertor doesn?t handle certain fonts, etc and the
> presenter becomes sad.
> 4: Please include slide numbers on all slides - it?s much easier to
> ask someone to go back to slide number 5 than ?the slide that was a
> couple after the second diagram? no, not that one, the next one? erm?
> next?"
> 5: Slides are a summary of what you want to say - please don?t just
> put everything on the slides and read them verbatim (we all know how
> to read!)
> -- 
> I don't think the execution is relevant when it was obviously a bad
> idea in the first place.
> This is like putting rabid weasels in your pants, and later expressing
> regret at having chosen those particular rabid weasels and that pair
> of pants.
>    ---maf
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