[AfrICANN-discuss] Announcing AfriNIC-13 meeting in Johannesburg:
20-26 November 2010
Adiel A. Akplogan
adiel at afrinic.net
Tue Aug 10 16:08:41 SAST 2010
We are pleased to announce that the AFRINIC-13 Public Policy Meeting
will be held in Johannesburg, South Africa from 20-26 November 2010.
During the meeting we will hear from professionals in our region
operating Internet services and infrastructure, and also welcome
global industry partners to contribute to topical issues related to IP
networking that affect the African region. These will include updates
on IPv6 deployment in all sectors, Internet Numbers Resources
management policies under discussion in the AfriNIC region, as well as
an update on policy development in the global arena. AfriNIC will
also host its Government Working Group meeting and a Law Enforcement
Workshop on 24 November.
Participants will have the opportunity to engage in hands-on workshops
in IPv6 for Network Operators; a 3 day Computer Emergency Response
Team (CERT) workshop for trainers, and a one day discussion on CERT
for managers and policy makers.
You are warmly invited to join us at, and to share experiences and
knowledge with Internet experts from the AfriNIC region, and from
around the world who will be present at this event.
If you are interested in making presentations, or offering tutorials,
and/or technical demonstrations during the AfriNIC-13 meeting you will
find related information at:
All submissions should be sent to meeting at afrinic.net before 20
General information about the AfriNIC-13 meeting can be found on the
meeting website at:
Registration for the meeting will open on 1 September 2010.
We wish to take this opportunity to thank you all for your continued
support and confidence in AfriNIC, and we look forward to welcoming
you and your colleagues to South Africa and to another successful
Adiel A. Akplogan Tel. +230 403 51 00
Chief Executive Officer, AfriNIC Fax: +230 466 67 58
adiel at afrinic.net - www.afrinic.net sip: adiel at voip.afrinic.net
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