[Community-Discuss] AFRINIC-31 Meeting

Ndanga brice ndangabrice at gmail.com
Mon Nov 18 19:56:34 UTC 2019

Country like Cameroon cannot apply for online system visa to Angola.
Because fields nationality and country of birth don't propose value
So what to do to get visa for afrinic 31 for a Cameroonian ?

Le lun. 18 nov. 2019 à 18:27, Ndanga brice <ndangabrice at gmail.com> a écrit :

> Could someone tell me if l could get the visa for Afrinic 31 once arrive

> at the airport of Angola? Otherwise what should l do?


> Le dim. 17 nov. 2019 à 17:58, Mark Tinka <mark.tinka at seacom.mu> a écrit :


>> I'm not sure having a meeting-specific mailing list helps here, because

>> it assumes that attendees will always register.


>> Brokers (and in particular, brokers who spam) can't be guaranteed to

>> register, or more specifically, follow the rules. They could just show up

>> as regular hotel guests, not register for the conference, and reach out to

>> AFRINIC members like they did me and many others, to organize sidebar

>> meetings, cocktails, dinners, e.t.c. This, I believe, is far more likely

>> than anything else above-board.


>> So the best defence is to equip the membership to not get caught up in

>> this whirlwind, should they be called to the side by the brokers.


>> Mark.


>> On 17/Nov/19 17:05, Augustine CHII Ngek wrote:


>> +1 Nishal

>> We can simply go back to that tradition and see how it helps us in this

>> present circumstances.

>> Augustine CHII NGEK


>> On Sun, 17 Nov 2019, 13:50 Nishal Goburdhan, <nishal at controlfreak.co.za>

>> wrote:


>>> On 17 Nov 2019, at 13:09, JORDI PALET MARTINEZ via Community-Discuss

>>> wrote:


>>> > I don’t think AFRINIC publishes an attendee list, an even less with

>>> > contact emails, so not sure how that will work.

>>> > At least, I just looked at the website (and recent events websites)

>>> > and couldn’t find it.


>>> many years ago, there were meeting-specific mailing lists, so that

>>> meeting attendees could share taxi rides, find dinner partners, or

>>> jogging trails, .. etc. without spamming regular mailing lists. if you

>>> weren’t registered for the specific meeting (and presumably onsite)

>>> you were saved from the span of “where is a nice place to .. “ type

>>> messages, which were only really contextually useful for meeting

>>> attendees. the lists were killed shortly after the meeting.


>>> that process was unfortunately discontinued.


>>> -n.


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