Subject: Re: ASN-1 - XCBF Liaison?
Go ahead, then. John L Phillip H. Griffin wrote: > All that would be required is to attend ASN.1 meetings and > report matters to the XCBF TC that might affect the work. > Nothing terribly formal. No fixed format. No schedule or > timeline to meet. > > Phil > > > John Larmouth wrote: > >> Phillip H. Griffin wrote: >> >>> If you are willing to serve as liaison, Bancroft >>> is the chair of the Liaison SC and I am a member. We should be >>> able to quickly get you approved if Monica agrees, and I'm pretty >>> sure she would. That would help move us forward smoothly. >> >> >> >> Once bitten, twice shy! I don't want to take on a commitment I won't >> have time for. What would be involved in being a formal liaison? >> >> If it means attending face-to-face meetings, I think I will have to >> decline. >> >> John L >> >> >> > > > > -- PLEASE NOTE - As an anti-SPAM measure, e-mails will shortly not be accepted by my machine from an unknown sender unless the subject contains the phrase "Hi John". If you pass my e-mail address to others (which I am very happy for you to do) please tell them to include this phrase in the subject line of their first mailing to me. Thanks. Prof John Larmouth Larmouth T&PDS Ltd (Training and Protocol Development Services Ltd) 1 Blueberry Road Bowdon firstname.lastname@example.org Cheshire WA14 3LS (put "Hi John" in subject) England Tel: +44 161 928 1605 Fax: +44 161 928 8069