P1394 Mail Archive: RE: P1394> Length of Meetings

P1394 Mail Archive: RE: P1394> Length of Meetings

RE: P1394> Length of Meetings

Greg LeClair (gleclair@agentz.com)
Wed, 14 Oct 1998 14:18:13 -0700

We can take a vote in Tucson to see if we think we'll need two days in the
future.
My feeling is that 1 day is adequate for tasks of the working group at this
time.

Detail level work can occur offline from the main working group meeting and
be brought
back to the main group.

My .02 worth.

If you have a strong opinion one way or another, please let me know before
the Tucson meeting.

NOTE: No change is planned to the date or duration of the Tucson meeting
posted by the PWG Chair.

Regards,
Greg

-----Original Message-----
From: Brian Batchelder [SMTP:brianb@vcd.hp.com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 14, 1998 7:36 AM
To: 1394 PWG
Subject: P1394> Length of Meetings

I am concerned with the shift to one day meetings for the 1394 PWG effort.
We used up all of two days at the last meeting with what I thought were
mostly important presentations and discussions. Those discussions caused
an evolution in my understanding of our challenges and solutions. We still
have open issues. Further work is required. Due to the nature of our
"real" jobs, most work seems to occur during the meetings. I don't see
that we can move to 1 day at this time, and still be able to quickly reach
a viable standard. I propose that we return to 2 day meetings and keep
them focused on the remaining issues so that we can finish as soon as
possible. Besides, I JUST LOVE the Marriott...

Brian

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