Agenda, MMC2 2/10-2/11

Thu Feb 5 14:09:12 PST 1998

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                                 MEETING NOTICE

    MMC II Working Group - February 10 & 11, 1998

                              Salt Lake City, UT 
Hosted by IOMEGA
Contact: Tim Bradshaw
               Iomega R&D Evangelist
               bradshat at
               cell: 801-725-1503

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Location: University Park Hotel,   Salt Lake City, UT
Meeting Times both days  9:00AM to 5:00PM.

Tuesday Feb 10 Joint meeting with RBC Ad Hoc group to work on Power Management
and other
and other common areas. 

Wednesday Feb 11  MMC2 meeting  to develop and review new clause 4 & 5 of

Draft Agenda:
    1.0      Opening Remarks
    2.0      Introductions
    3.0      Document Distribution
    4.0      Call for Patents
    5.0      Approval of Agenda
    6.0      Meeting Agenda
           6.1 - Review 98-116R0 New clause 5 Features, Profiles, and
           6.2 - Review new cluase 4 
    7.0      New Business
    8.0      Review of Action Items
    9.0      Future Meeting Schedule
  10.0      Adjournment

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