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[13:01:12] <Warren Kumari> Hi all….
[13:01:22] <Joel Halpern> Hello Warren.
[13:02:05] <aretana> Hey Warren…not a lot of people on this room.
[13:02:14] <Warren Kumari> Yay, another WG meeting… (Netmod is still runniing, but y'all are more interesting, so…. :-) )
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[13:02:37] <Warren Kumari> Alvaro!
[13:02:40] <John Scudder> I hope the other slides will be projected in a readable size...
[13:03:02] <John Scudder> oh I see Chris and Acee aren't in Jabber.
[13:03:18] <Warren Kumari> I just got a new keyboard yesterday, and it is really messing with me…
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[13:05:50] <Warren Kumari> Weird — everytime I mute and unmute WebEx decreases the volume the meeting - this means that I bump up my system volume to compensate, and  then everything else (like jabber pings) is SUPER loud…Grrr…
[13:06:26] <John Scudder> CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW!!!!
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[13:08:31] <Warren Kumari> @john: No, try louder…
[13:09:41] <Warren Kumari> Gadzooks -  it turns out that this might not have been the right week to change to a split, ortholiner kbd…
[13:12:29] <John Scudder> TIL what an "ortholinear keyboard" is! And that it looks like some kind of medieval torture device.
[13:14:42] <Warren Kumari> … it is, it is... I'm sure that, once I've adjusted, it will be good, but at the moment the fact that Space and Backspace are both thumb-switches, and RIGHT WHERE I EXPECT THE SPACEBAR to be is messing with me, and I'm starting to lose my sense of humor at this….
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[13:19:32] <Warren Kumari> I've always envied people who type 140WPM+, and am hoping that re-learning to type, and using a different keyboard will allow me to improve — but at the moment I've dropped from my regular "slow and inaccurate" to "incredibly slow, really inaccurate, and also super frustrasting…"
[13:20:06] <John Scudder> doesn't seem like a win, but I guess short-term vs. long-term
[13:20:26] <Warren Kumari> Gah - the above sentence took ~3 minutes type.
[13:20:41] <Warren Kumari> Yupo, thats the pla mn
[13:20:47] <Warren Kumari> plan
[13:20:52] <John Scudder> I will not mention that I type at prolly 100+ wpm on a regular keyboard then
[13:21:10] <Warren Kumari> Bastard!
[13:21:11] <John Scudder> of course my hands are a wreck but who cares
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[13:21:43] <Warren Kumari> I wish you were dead — and the ombudsteam will fully understand :-)
[13:21:53] <John Scudder> :-)
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[13:27:31] <John Scudder> tell us about foils and OHPs, grandpa!
[13:28:54] <Warren Kumari> … So I tied an onion to my belt, which was the style at the time. Now, to take the ferry cost a nickel, and in those days, nickels had pictures of bumblebees on 'em. “Give me five bees for a quarter,” you'd say.
Now where were we? Oh yeah: the important thing was I had an onion on my belt, which was the style at the time. They didn't have white onions because of the war. The only thing you could get was those big yellow ones...
    
[13:31:04] <John Scudder> If "we don't intend to standardize this algorithm" why are we spending agenda time on it?
[13:35:55] <Warren Kumari> Huzzawhat?
[13:36:58] <John Scudder> Sorry old boy, I don't follow your banter.
[13:37:15] <Warren Kumari> I stepped away to check email for a sec, and now I feel like I'm back in graph theory classes at school…
[13:37:33] <John Scudder> This is LSR. There always has to be at least one talk like that.
[13:38:11] <Warren Kumari> My banter would be much  better if it didn't take 5 minutes to post a snarky cimment….
[13:38:14] <Warren Kumari> comment.
[13:38:15] <Christian Hopps> keeps the blood flowing!
[13:40:56] <John Scudder> I was told there would be no proofs.
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[14:45:53] <Ketan Talaulikar> @John ... does this seems like deja vu from IDR? :-)
[14:46:04] <John Scudder> 100%
[14:46:14] <Christian Hopps> yes
[14:46:34] <dhruvdhody> The proposal exist for IGP, BGP and PCEP =-O
[14:46:36] <Ketan Talaulikar> good we combined OSPF and IS-IS
[14:48:40] <suehares> ketan -- did you see my email regarding your bgp-only-msd..
[14:49:00] <suehares> John - it is deja vu
[14:50:37] <Warren Kumari> #include <paxos.h>    ? :-P
[14:52:27] <Warren Kumari> … especially for one of the standard, well studied problems in CS…
[14:52:49] <dhruvdhody> *preach*
[14:55:21] <suehares> dhruv - "preach" as in preaching to choir??
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[14:57:06] <dhruvdhody> @sue - more like taking us to church! :)
[14:57:29] <John Scudder> we need an emoticon for waving your hands in the air
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[15:13:15] <suehares> O:-)
[15:27:10] <dhruvdhody> +1 to Rakesh <https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/shrug-emoji> - this is definitely a much stronger argument
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