Re: [802SEC] Tutorial List for July Plenary in San Francisco
If we don't use a simple first come first served method for
determining who gets a slot, are you suggesting the EC meets
via teleconference to select the tutorials in the case of
Personally, I prefer FIFO ordering, it gives preference to
people who are on the ball about needing a tutorial. It also
means the people who just missed getting a slot are pretty
much guaranteed a slot next plenary.
Roger B. Marks wrote:
> Thanks for giving us this review opportunity. I hope this will be a regular part of the procedure. When it comes to tutorials, I don't like surprises.
> The program looks pretty good to me. I hope that the Chair's Guidelines are followed, including "Present multiple viewpoints and speakers where appropriate." It's not apparent from the abstracts that this one will be observed.
> Another issue: the tutorial request deadline is 1 month before the session. Locking down the schedule now (three months before the July session) is going to freeze out other proposals. I think we ought to think about revisiting the first-come/first-served system.
> At 11:29 -0700 2005-04-19, Rigsbee, Everett O wrote:
>>Colleagues, Attached you will find the current Tutorials Schedule for July 2005 for your review. Please let us know if you have any comments or concerns. Otherwise we will post this information to the Plenary Portal for attendee viewing.
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