### Two Possible Discussion Items

I was wondering whether we should have a concurrency report series like the Electronic Colloquium on Computational Complexity, which has been going strong for over ten years now. Would there be added value in having a repository of that type, where full versions of concurrency-related papers are posted? If so, where should it located? At DBLP/Trier?

Also, what should the connection between the WG and the CONCUR conference series be? Should we make a point of organizing a (possibly informal) meeting at each CONCUR conference? Or should we aim at organizing affiliated workshops at CONCUR?

Addendum: Luca Trevisan mentioned the existence of this blog on his excellent blog in theory. I therefore took the opportunity of asking his readers about the value of the Electronic Colloquium on Computational Complexity for the complexity theory community. It'll be good to have them contribute their experiences to this discussion---a case of volume A-volume B communication :-)

Also, what should the connection between the WG and the CONCUR conference series be? Should we make a point of organizing a (possibly informal) meeting at each CONCUR conference? Or should we aim at organizing affiliated workshops at CONCUR?

Addendum: Luca Trevisan mentioned the existence of this blog on his excellent blog in theory. I therefore took the opportunity of asking his readers about the value of the Electronic Colloquium on Computational Complexity for the complexity theory community. It'll be good to have them contribute their experiences to this discussion---a case of volume A-volume B communication :-)