[Docs] [txt|pdf]

This is a modified version of the Internet RFC suitable for machine-translating. Original version is available here: RFC253

Network Graphics Group                  James A. Moorer
Request for Comments: #253              Stanford Al Laboratory
NIC #7694                               19 October 1971
Related: RFC #246
Obsoletes: none

                Second Network Graphics Meeting Details

Stanford will be the site of the second network graphics
meeting. Attendees will be stored in the Flamingo Motel in Palo Alto at $8.25 a night. The conference itself will be in the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory conference room. The motel is roughly 2 miles from the laboratory. Monday night, November 22, a chinese banquet will be offered at the Golden Pavillion restaurent in Los Altos at $7.20 a plate. Any attendees are welcome to invite non-network guests if desired. Attendees will please notify Stanford as soon as possible and indicate the following:

1) Your name. 2) Your affiliation (site). 3) Whether you will need a room. 4) Whether you will attend the banquet. 5) Whether you will be renting a car. This is for setting up transportation pools. 6) Whether you will give a talk and if so, how long it will be and what audio-visual devices will be needed.

This information may be transmitted to me or to the
secretaries who are supposed to know about the conference and will
take the data. The phone number here is (405) 321-2300, extension
4971. I will try to get maps out to all the non-resident attendees as
they register. Latest withdrawal date for the banquet and room reservations will be November 18 and will be considered bound after that date.

The conference will convene at 6:00 PM Pacific time on
Sunday, November 21, and end at noon on Tuesday, November 23.

[ This RFC was put into machine readable form for entry ] [ into the online RFC archives by BBN Corp. under the ] [ direction of Alex McKenzie. 12/96 ]

[Page 1]

    Html markup produced by rfcmarkup 1.121, available from

inserted by FC2 system