[SIPForum-discussion] SIP Forum SIP Interoperability Workshop on Monday at IETF 70 - is it really 11-12:30 or should it be 11:30-13:00?

Dan York dyork at voxeo.com
Thu Nov 29 19:03:48 UTC 2007

Speaking of IETF 70 next week in Vancouver, I was interested to see that 
there will be the "First SIP Interoperability Workshop" on Monday from 
11-12:30pm out at IETF 70.  On the SIP Forum web page I note it says this:
Co-located with the 70th Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Meeting 
on December 3, 2007 in Vancouver, BC, the SIP Forum's SIP 
Interoperability Workshop will serve as a forum to bring together 
researchers, engineers, and service providers to exchange ideas, share 
experiences, and propose approaches to address interoperability 
problems. The SIP Forum is actively seeking participation and is making 
an official call for papers.
Pointing to this PDF file that explains it:  

A question for Eric, Robert or whomever is running this - do you really 
plan to do this from 11-12:30?  Unless I read the IETF agenda wrong ( 
https://datatracker.ietf.org/meeting/70/agenda.html ) the break in IETF 
sessions is from 11:30-13:00.  If this session is really on at 11:00, 
some of us will either have to leave other sessions early or come late 
to this workshop.


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