P1394 Mail Archive: Re: P1394> 1394 PWG July/August Meeting

P1394 Mail Archive: Re: P1394> 1394 PWG July/August Meeting

Re: P1394> 1394 PWG July/August Meeting

Danny Mitchell (DMitchell@ti.com)
Tue, 20 May 1997 08:35:19 -0500

Well just to put my two cents in. A two day meeting held in conjunction
with the TA would be difficult scheduling wise. Only because there are
many other interesting things going on at the TA that attendees might want
to attend. A 2-3 hour meeting would be interesting if only to show
proposals and the current work in progress to non-pwg attendees. My vote
is for number 1 even though it means more travel. If we want to really
make some progress we need to make sure we put enough energy into the effort.

We are not at a point toAt 06:17 PM 5/19/97 PDT, gregory leclair wrote:
> Folks,
>
> My thinking has been that meetings held off cycle from PWG meeting
are a
> method of gathering feedback from other parties who might not attend
PWG
> meetings. As such, I expect that this type of meeting is informal and
may
> only last 1-2 hours.
>
> The plan we discussed in San Diego is:
>
> * To have a 1394 PWG meeting at the TA meeting in San Jose on 7/31 or
8/1.
>
> * PWG is scheduled to meet in Seattle / Redmond starting on 8/4.
>
> Since these two meeting are very close, I'd like to confirm how we will
> proceed:
>
> 1. 1-2 hour meeting at TA San Jose meeting and regular two day session
> at PWG Seattle meeting.
>
> 2. 2 day meeting at TA San Jose meeting and no 1394 meeting at PWG
> Seattle meeting.
>
> 3. No TA San Jose meeting and regular two day session at PWG Seattle
> meeting.
>
>
> My feeling is to keep the plan as per #1. Please reply with your
comments.
>
> Regards,
> Greg LeClair
>
>
>
>
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>Subject: P1394> 1394PWG July/August Meeting
>Author: Larry Stein <lstein@fapo.com> at Internet
>Date: 5/19/97 9:28 AM
>
>
>Greg,
>
>If the 1394PWG will have a meeting at the 1394TA in San Jose on 7/31- 8/1,
>does this mean that we will not be meeting with the PWG the week of 8/4 in
>Seattle?
>
>-Larry
>
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Regards, Danny Mitchell (Dallas, TX)

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