[discuss] listing the 2014 meetinsg

Bertrand de La Chapelle bdelachapelle at gmail.com
Fri Jan 3 10:06:56 UTC 2014

Jefsey, thanks for the initial launch of this thread and the first listing.

Following Nick's suggestion, can we encourage the different structures
(including those listed in Jefsey's list, as well as the IGF and 1/Net) to
contribute to the Bestbits list and embed the resulting calendar on their
site with the link for people to contribute their event?

Furthermore, is anyone on this list volunteering to help coordinate this
very operational but very useful task?



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On Fri, Jan 3, 2014 at 9:28 AM, Nick Ashton-Hart <nashton at ccianet.org>wrote:

> Thanks Jeremy - it is a really excellent resource. I hope that, rather
> than creating new calendars, people will chose to contribute to it and/or
> those that feed it.
> Jeremy Malcolm <jeremy at ciroap.org> wrote:
>>  On 03/01/14 16:00, Nick Ashton-Hart wrote:
>> I believe the ISOC and IETF events are all in the BestBits calendar,
>> FWIW. Perhaps someone from BB could confirm that.
>> Most, but not yet all of them - the calendar needs volunteers. :-)  If
>> you notice any events missing, please just go to
>> http://bestbits.net/events/ and click "+ Post Your Event".  Later this
>> year I hope to have a dedicated intern who will be able to take charge of
>> adding and updating events.
>> Note, the calendar is meant to be a public resource and hence we make it
>> easy to syndicate it elsewhere.  Besides syndicating the iCalendar feed,
>> you can also embed it in any other website.  Instructions are here:
>> http://bestbits.net/wiki/main/calendar-faq/.
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