[afripv6-discuss] Launch of the AF6TF
hisham at afrinic.net
Thu Mar 22 09:02:58 SAST 2012
Thank you Janvier and looking forward to the Cameroonian participation.
I am very pleased with the rapid uptake of IPv6 in Cameroon since our last AfriNIC meeting in November.
Based on the routing tables the percentage of Cameroonian ASNs that advertise IPv6 prefixes has jumped from 0% to 33% in these few months.
Cameroon is turning into a regional success story.
More power to you all.
On Mar 21, 2012, at 9:26 PM, Janvier NGNOULAYE wrote:
> Hi Hisham,
> That's great.
> We now awaits the commitment of each other for the success of this project.
> Locally here in Cameroon, after AfriNIC-15, ISOC Cameroon Chapter is working to reinforce the ability of engineers through its project ImpactIPv6(impactipv6.isoc-cameroon.org), result of the Community grant programme of ISOC.
> We hope to enroll many camaroonians engineers throughout this project, who can join by the way thy new African community: AF6TF.
> Let go ahead ...
> info at isoc-cameroon.org
> ----- Mail Original -----
> De: "Hisham Ibrahim" <hisham at afrinic.net>
> À: "IPv6 in Africa" <afripv6-discuss at afrinic.net>
> Envoyé: Mercredi 21 Mars 2012 07h39:40 GMT +01:00 Afrique centrale - Ouest
> Objet: [afripv6-discuss] Launch of the AF6TF
> Dear all,
> I am pleased to announce the launch of the African IPv6 Task Force (AF6TF) platform.
> I am especially pleased to announce this to the mailing list where the idea of establishing this Task Force first originated and was developed by the African community.
> As discussed there are 4 main focus groups
> o Policy and Government
> o Core, Transit & Peering
> o Mobile, CPE, Access
> o Web & Application
> I am looking forward to your input and collaboration to keep the momentum and initiatives flowing.
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