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TSVAREA presentation slots for Anaheim

Hi,

please send agenda requests for TSVAREA to tsv-ads <at> tools.ietf.org, including:

	title/topic
	presenter
	requested time

The purpose of the TSVAREA meeting is to inform about and discuss
important issues, developments and work within the transport area or
outside work that impacts the transport area. In contrast to TSVWG,
TSVAREA does not produce any documents. TSVAREA can include tutorial-
style talks on transport topics, maybe based on related IRTF or other
research work. Another possibility is "mini-BOFs", where interested
people can get quick feedback on BOF ideas they may have.

Our agenda is already rather full, with two longer sessions:

	Adobe's Real-Time Media Flow Protocol (RTMFP)
	Matthew Kaufman
	45 minutes

	Discussion on the continued IETF maintenance of RSVP & IntServ
	Lars Eggert & Magnus Westerlund
	45 minutes

Lars

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Lars Eggert | 15 Feb 09:21 2010
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Re: TSVAREA presentation slots for Anaheim

Anyone?

On 2010-2-4, at 14:33, Eggert Lars (Nokia-NRC/Espoo) wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> please send agenda requests for TSVAREA to tsv-ads <at> tools.ietf.org, including:
> 
> 	title/topic
> 	presenter
> 	requested time
> 
> The purpose of the TSVAREA meeting is to inform about and discuss
> important issues, developments and work within the transport area or
> outside work that impacts the transport area. In contrast to TSVWG,
> TSVAREA does not produce any documents. TSVAREA can include tutorial-
> style talks on transport topics, maybe based on related IRTF or other
> research work. Another possibility is "mini-BOFs", where interested
> people can get quick feedback on BOF ideas they may have.
> 
> Our agenda is already rather full, with two longer sessions:
> 
> 	Adobe's Real-Time Media Flow Protocol (RTMFP)
> 	Matthew Kaufman
> 	45 minutes
> 
> 	Discussion on the continued IETF maintenance of RSVP & IntServ
> 	Lars Eggert & Magnus Westerlund
> 	45 minutes
> 
> Lars
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IESG Secretary | 1 Mar 20:00 2010
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IETF Workshop on Broadband Home Gateways

During the 76th IETF meeting, the Transport Area sponsored a Broadband
Home Gateway BoF, called HOMEGATE. Since that time, interested IETF
participants have been working to narrow the scope of the draft charter
and to reach out to other Standards Development Organizations (SDOs) to
ensure that the planned work is complimentary and not overlapping with
their respective work.

To further that goal, the IETF's Transport and Internet Areas intend to
co-sponsor a two-day workshop on HOMEGATE between IETF-77 and IETF-78.
This workshop is slated to take place on April 20-21, 2010 in London,
England.

In order to reserve a properly sized meeting facility, it is important
for interested people to indicate their interest in attending AS SOON AS
POSSIBLE. Please do so at http://event.pingg.com/HomeGateLondonMtg

NOTE: Due to potential venue limitations and the desire to allow
participants from different stakeholder groups to be represented, physical
attendance may need to be limited. Attendance will be confirmed at a later
time (and certainly early enough for people to book reasonably priced
travel accommodations). Remote listening or participation facilities of
some sort will be available to all.

PLEASE INDICATE YOUR INTEREST NOW if you wish to attend this interim
meeting in person: http://event.pingg.com/HomeGateLondonMtg

In addition:

- You can find the HOMEGATE wiki at
http://trac.tools.ietf.org/area/tsv/trac/wiki/HOMEGATE
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