Re: [802SEC] Using November tutorial slots
I think that Roger was suggesting that the audience for
his tutorial might have some overlap with the audience
for the Security and Encryption Call for Interest, while
there would be little overlap with the subjects of
10GBASE-T and 10GBASE-CX4.
Thus, perhaps it would be wise to schedule Roger's
tutorial at the Hyatt on Monday night, going on in parallel
with the tutorial and CFI on 10GBASE-T
at the Sheraton.
Then, on Tuesday night we could hold the 10GBASE-CX4
and Security and Encryption CFI sessions at the Sheraton.
Was this what you were thinking, Roger?
Grow, Bob wrote:
>I have announced the tentative schedule of Monday for the 10GBASE-T Tutorial
>and CFI. Tuesday would be for Encryption and 10GBASE-CX4. This is of
>course subject to Buzz scheduling the 10GBASE-T tutorial at the requested
>6:30 Monday slot. I would be happy to work with you so that the Encryption
>doesn't overlap with your tutorial, especially since Link Layer Encryption
>is of interest to multiple 802 WGs.
>On this basis, I would request you look at Tuesday for your tutorial in
>From: Roger B. Marks [mailto:email@example.com]
>Sent: Monday, October 07, 2002 3:31 PM
>To: Grow, Bob
>Subject: Re: [802SEC] Using November tutorial slots
>Thanks for this information!
>Although it is indeed past the tutorial deadline, I am still organizing a
>tutorial which Stuart and I expect to sponsor (possibly with Bob Heile).
>Sorry for the late notice.
>My tutorial won't conflict technically with your CFI#1 or #2, but it will
>overlap a bit with #3.
>Perhaps we could schedule my tutorial on Monday night, in parallel with
>CFI#1 and #2?
>At 2:51 PM -0700 02/10/07, Grow, Bob wrote:
>>It looks like I will have three requests for new projects at the November
>>meeting. In 802.3 we do this as a formal Call for Interest the
>>defined in our rules. We are now well past the tutorial deadline (on the
>>tutorial form) and only one tutorial request has been submitted (one of
>>mine). This is to inform you that I therefore plan to schedule the CFIs in
>>the open tutorial slots.
>>Tutorial -- 10GBASE-T Challenges and Solutions
>>CFI #1 -- 10GBASE-T
>>CFI #2 -- 10GBASE-CX4
>>CFI #3 -- Link Layer Encryption (this might result in a request for
>>formation of an SEC sponsored Study Group)
>>Chair, IEEE 802.3 Working Group