Re: [802SEC] Tutorial List for July Plenary in San Francisco
Thanks. This sounds like an effective approach.
At 14:33 -0700 2005-04-19, Rigsbee, Everett O wrote:
>Roger, Thanx for the applause. We wanted to get this out because it filled up so early on. First-Come-First-Served is not our only rule, there is room for judgements about the greater-good for all 802 attendees, and the fairness rule which says that no WG should have a second slot guaranteed before other groups have had a chance for at least one, unless they can justify having 2 under the greater-good rule. So I would expect that any later requests arriving before the deadline will be reviewed and some aditional options considered: increase to 3 slots per night, offer some possibly parallel slots where there are clearly disjoint interest areas, or arrange to post-pone one or more topics to our next session in Novemebr. We do our best to be as flexible as possible but there are limits to what is reasonable.
>We will continue to publish the information early when it comes in early (not usually the case), with the latest being right at the 30-day-before limit to remind folks if there are any open slots available.
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>Thanks for giving us this review opportunity. I hope this will be a regular part of the procedure. When it comes to tutorials, I don't like surprises.
>The program looks pretty good to me. I hope that the Chair's Guidelines are followed, including "Present multiple viewpoints and speakers where appropriate." It's not apparent from the abstracts that this one will be observed.
>Another issue: the tutorial request deadline is 1 month before the session. Locking down the schedule now (three months before the July session) is going to freeze out other proposals. I think we ought to think about revisiting the first-come/first-served system.
>At 11:29 -0700 2005-04-19, Rigsbee, Everett O wrote:
>>Colleagues, Attached you will find the current Tutorials Schedule for
>>July 2005 for your review. Please let us know if you have any comments or concerns. Otherwise we will post this information to the Plenary Portal for attendee viewing.
>>Dr. Everett O. (Buzz) Rigsbee
>>Boeing - SSG
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>>Seattle, WA 98124-2207
>>(425) 865-2443 Fx: (425) 865-6721
>>Cell: (425) 417-1022
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