[KI-LC] Double-Booked During LC Telecon

J. Trent Adams adams at isoc.org
Wed Mar 17 02:17:04 EDT 2010

All -

Based on the overwhelming response I received, we will go with Option
Two: postponing this week's call to the same time next week.

Remember to update your calendar to reflect the fact we are postponing
this call to next week (the rest of the regular schedule remains unchanged):

    * Date: Wednesday, March 24, 2010
    * Time: 3pm PDT | 6pm EDT | 22:00 UTC
    * Teleconference Options:
          o Skype: +9900827043671716
          o US Dial-In: +1-201-793-9022 | Room Code: 3671716

Here's a link to the conversion chart for this call:


Also, in an effort to ensure we have quorum, I will check the attendance
for the past two scheduled calls.  If you missed them, please contact me
if you would like to remain a voting member of the LC.

Finally, if you know you will not be able to make the meeting, please
make every attempt to send an alternate from your WG in your place.

Thanks, and talk with you next week.

- Trent

J. Trent Adams wrote:
> All -
> Unfortunately, I am now double-booked during the scheduled LC
> teleconference this week.
> We have a few options:
>  1. Someone else chairs the call.
>  2. Cancel this call, picking it back up again
>      on our standard schedule in two weeks.
>  3. Postpone this call to the same time next week,
>      leaving the rest of the schedule intact so the
>      following call would be the week after that
>      (i.e. we have no call this week, but then have
>      a call each of the two following weeks).
> With Colin already indicating he's likely to be 30 minutes late, is
> there anyone else willing to chair?
> If not, which of the two other options do folks prefer?
> FWIW - The agenda I'm putting together includes a recap of the Portland
> meeting, updates on open items, and a couple of new work items.
> - Trent

J. Trent Adams

Outreach Specialist, Trust & Identity
Internet Society

e) adams at isoc.org
o) 703-439-2149

More information about the LC mailing list