Folks, IETF rules for Interim, non-face-to-face, Meetings
require two week's formal notice, so we seem to have missed the
cutoff for doing this on the 17th. Please stand by -- we will
get back to you about a revised plan within the next 24 hours.
--On Wednesday, April 11, 2012 18:24 -0400 Joseph Yee
> Based on the doodle poll
> (http://www.doodle.com/3stamymgmeht29fk), we will meet at 8am
> US Eastern Tuesday April 17 (the earliest time where everyone
> is available). The estimation is 90 minutes for the meeting.
> For now, the current agenda is draft discussion of POP3 UTF8
> (RFC5721bis), IMAP UTF8 (RFC5738bis), both downgrade drafts,
> and any other drafts to be considered.
> I will send out detailed agenda again tomorrow, and friendly
> reminder to all editors to send an revision by April 12, so
> that everyone has enough time to review. (And thanks to
> JianKang and others for RFC5721bis revision).
> On 2012-04-06, at 11:15 AM, Joseph Yee wrote:
>> A friendly reminder to everyone of the doodle poll for EAI
>> April interim meeting. The poll will close at next Tuesday
>> April 10. And to all editors, please submit your revision by
>> April 12 so all participants have enough time to review for
>> the meeting in following week. For any issues, please
>> contact John and myself.
>> On 2012-03-18, at 11:46 PM, Joseph Yee wrote:
>>> Please visit the doodle link below to let us know of your
>>> available time so that we can schedule an interim jabber
>>> based meeting to discuss the core documents (POP, IMAP, and
>>> both downgrades) and any outstanding issue.
>>> Note, the range of the meeting time is the third week of
>>> April, and given many participant located in either North
>>> American or East Asia, most time were picked at either
>>> before typical work hours or after typical work hours
>>> (unless you are in US west coast), and no weekend (Saturday,
>>> Sunday) in anyone's timezone. If no good time were
>>> available from first round, I will expand the range but it
>>> remains the third week of April for now. Thanks.
>>> Joseph Yee, co-chair of EAI
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