Requests for your assistance for Best Bits

Claudio Ruiz claudio at
Tue Oct 2 19:18:19 EDT 2012

It would be great if you could be more clear about what do we need about
the proper website to analyze if we can help on it, specially because of
the the time pressure.
What do we exactly need? What kind of information do we need to put online?

On Tue, Oct 2, 2012 at 5:47 AM, Jeremy Malcolm <jeremy at> wrote:

>  As many of you know, plans for the Best Bits meeting came together this
> year, following on from an informal meeting at the Asia-Pacific Regional
> IGF (the background to which is at
> I have been shepherding the process along since then, but since Best Bits
> has come together spontaneously, it is not something for which there is any
> allowance of time or budget in my organisational workplan - hence, I would
> appreciate some help from you.
> Here are the most important areas where help is still needed:
>    - Making a proper website for the event to replace the Etherpad page (
>, including a confirmation of
>    registration form so that we can finalise our numbers.
>     - Arranging web conference and other remote participation options.  A
>    simple solution would be to utilise, but a
>    web-connected camera also needs to be arranged.
>     - Arranging a press conference for the Sunday afternoon.  This
>    requires someone with PR experience who can liaise with the press office at
>    the IGF.
>    - Providing background papers for distribution to the participants
>    ahead of the meeting.  These are due to be provided to Andrew Puddephatt by
>    Friday 19 October at the latest.
> For those of you who have supported the idea of Best Bits, please go that
> step further and also set aside some of your time to help in whichever of
> these areas you can.  We now only have a month to go!
> Additionally, I am going to start two threads in which discussions about
> the two output documents planned for the meeting can take place.  So your
> participation in those threads will also be appreciated.
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