I am not planning to attend the symposium this year.
I looked into the admin's mail list, if there are any deferred mails
from you, but there was none.
Looking at your subscriber profile, I cannot see anything unusual
either, so I cannot explain why you have problems sending mail on the
I can only recommed you to try again, and maybe it will be accepted, or
at least end up in the admin's deferred list, so we (me or Allan) can
let it through.
Also, you should try to attend our monthly working group phone meetings,
normally the last Thursday every month, for discussons about issues,
features and contributions.
If you don't receive any mail sent out on the list, we'll make sure you
get a copy of Allan's reminder message directly.
PS. I cc this message to tipc-discussion, just to verify that the list
is ok. I have noticed that the list has been very silent the last week.
>>From: Louis Rilling [mailto:Louis.Rilling@...]
>>Sent: July-08-09 06:58
>>To: Stephens, Allan; Jon Maloy
>>Subject: Presence at Linux Symposium - Montreal?
>>Dear TIPC developers,
>>I'm having trouble posting on the TIPC mailing list (even
>>though I'm subscribed and other ML on sourceforge work fine),
>>so I'm contacting you directly.
>>I'm the co-maintainer (with Pascal Gallard) of Kerrighed's
>>RPC subsystem, which is a (Linux) kernel-level enhanced RPC
>>interface on top of TIPC's native API.
>>I'm going to attend Linux Symposium - Montreal next week, and
>>I wonder if TIPC developers (and users of the kernel API) are
>>going to attend too, so that we could meet and discuss about
>>our usage and possible contributions to TIPC.
>>Are some of you interested?
>>Dr Louis Rilling Kerlabs
>>Skype: louis.rilling Batiment Germanium
>>Phone: (+33|0) 6 80 89 08 23 80 avenue des Buttes de Coesmes
>>http://www.kerlabs.com/ 35700 Rennes