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[15:06:52] <Joel Halpern> Is the audio working for folks?  
[15:07:05] <Joel Halpern> I got an email from someone who was having difficulty.
[15:07:10] <Jorge I. Blanco> yes
[15:07:32] <Jorge I. Blanco> the slides are share?
[15:08:49] <Joel Halpern> The slides should be on the meetecho.  They are also on the materials page, except for one set we never received.  Thanks for the confirmation on the audio.
[15:09:46] <Jorge I. Blanco> thanks
[15:11:29] <Jorge I. Blanco> Joel i would like to be part of LISP work group how i can i do it
[15:12:19] <Joel Halpern> The main thing is to participate.
[15:12:24] <Joel Halpern> Make sur eyoua re on the email list.
[15:12:32] <Joel Halpern> Read the documents, and sent comments to the list.
[15:12:45] <Joel Halpern> If you do that, you are an active and important part of the LISP working group.
[15:13:15] <Joel Halpern> If you find substantial issues or new work, you can work with others to write an Internet Draft and bring our work even further forward.
[15:13:35] <Jorge I. Blanco> how can i enroll in the mail list?
[15:13:46] <Joel Halpern> (Sorry for the misplaced spaces.)
[15:13:56] <Jorge I. Blanco> :)
[15:14:05] <Jorge I. Blanco> don't worry
[15:14:07] <Joel Halpern> send an email to lisp-request@ietf.org, with a subject line of the word subscribe.
[15:14:22] <Jorge I. Blanco> (Y)
[15:14:24] <Joel Halpern> You will receive a confirmation email.  When you respond to that, you will be on the email list.  Welcome.
[15:14:28] <Jorge I. Blanco> thaks so much
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[15:16:31] <Joel Halpern> You are welcome.
[15:17:16] <Jorge I. Blanco> can i use personal or academic email? what is better
[15:28:05] <Joel Halpern> You can use whichever email you prefer.  As you can see, I use a personal one.  Many folks use corporate ones.  Academic email addresses can be helpful for making clear your background.  Up to you.
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[15:40:40] <Joel Halpern> Presentations will be in a slightly different order here.
[15:41:13] <Joel Halpern> First the presentation on some new basic LISP features.  This is covering the last three topics on the agenda.
[15:51:39] <Joel Halpern> Now on LISP EID Mobility.
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