RE: [802SEC] Tutorial slots - March
At 12:35 23/01/2003 -0800, Rigsbee, Everett O wrote:
>Tony, This sounds quite reasonable to me, but we'd appreciate it if you
>would fill out and submit a tutorial request form to make this an official
>request. The same goes for Roger's request. This allows us to make
>definite commitments on slot assignments.
>Dawn can forward you the current form if you don't already have a copy.
I don't have a copy of the form to hand - can you send one please?
>Dr. Everett O. (Buzz) Rigsbee
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>From: Tony Jeffree [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2003 3:44 AM
>Subject: [802SEC] Tutorial slots - March
>One of the conclusions that was reached in the Link Security study group
>meeting held in Vancouver at the beginning of January was that there is a
>need to get participants in that activity "on the same page" with regard to
>relevant 802 technologies that they may be unfamiliar with. Three people
>volunteered to give tutorials on the subjects of Bridging, EPONs, and
>security, with the intent that these would be given in tutorial slots on
>either Monday or Tuesday in Dallas. Likely timing would be 1 hour for each
>presentation, including Q&A time. Obviously, there may be other 802
>participants not involved in the SG that would find such sessions useful,
>so it would not be the intent to limit participation to the SG, although
>the presentations will of necessity be focussed on the needs of the SG.
>I would therefore like to sponsor the use of 2 tutorial slots for this
>purpose, on the Monday evening.