[Summit] interop testing at Summit 15?
stpeter at stpeter.im
Mon Dec 16 17:08:45 UTC 2013
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It is easy for me to arrange for a free meeting room co-located with
an IETF meeting (as I did in Berlin over the summer). Other
suggestions are, of course, welcome. :-)
On 12/16/13 9:54 AM, Steven Lloyd Watkin wrote:
> If we're in London I'm sure they could put us up at Mozilla
> London. Otherwise I have a couple of alternatives too.
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> On 16 December 2013 16:42, Mike Taylor <bear at bear.im
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> On 12/16/2013 12:25 AM, Philipp Hancke wrote:
>> Am 16.12.2013 06:17, schrieb Yusuke DOI:
>>> (2013-12-16 14:14), Yusuke DOI wrote:
>>>> BTW, can I have logistics info before holliday week? I think
>>>> it's better to book the trip soon...
>>> Sorry, I found it on wiki. (I was crawling on FOSDEM's site...
>> Right, but note the current discussion on members@ (not sure why
>> it's happenning there) whether the summit will be in Brussels or
> The biggest reason to have the discussion on members@ is to ensure
> that everyone knows that there *is* a discussion happening.
> The main driving point is that our traditional host for a Brussels
> summit, Cisco, will not be available as I understand it because all
> of the Cisco XMPP folks will be going to the IETF meeting.
> If we are to have an event at both London and Brussels we will
> have the same issue to solve for either/both - where to host the
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