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[afrinic-resource-policy-discuss] Call for Proposals for AfriNIC6
Hisham R Rojoa
hisham at afrinic.net
Thu Mar 8 08:53:16 UTC 2007
The next AfriNIC Meeting will be held in Abuja, Nigeria from 23rd April
to 4 May 2007, together with AfNOG, INET Africa, AfTLD and AFREN
It is an open forum to discuss issues related to internet number
resource management within the AfriNIC service region.
This meeting will also host a regional IPv6 conference where network
operators will share their experiences on IPv6 deployment.
We are looking for presentations and tutorials of relevance from anyone.
Tutorials are usually 2 to 4 hour workshops, while presentations may
last between 10 and 30 minutes.
Presentations / Tutorials may cover the following topics:
- IPv6 deployment
- Routing Best Practice/Address Space Prefix Filtering
- Reverse DNS implemenation
- Fighting Spam
We would like to have as many practical, hands-on presentations as
possible and they do not have to be long.
Policy proposals are also usually discussed at the meeting, but must
pass through the appropriate phases of the Policy Development Process
(please see http://www.afrinic.net/pdp.htm).
If you would like to make a presentation or tutorial, please send your
proposal to meeting at afrinic.net
Your proposal should contain the following information:
- Full Name
- Email Address
- Short biography
- Title of Talk
- A detailed abstract or outline describing the presentation
- Draft slides for the presentation (if ready/available)
- Length of talk (minutes/hours/days)
- Need (or not) for sponsorship or assistance to attend the meeting
(travel and/or accommodation, etc)
The audience at AfriNIC meetings is mainly composed of technical network
operators and engineers with a wide range of experience levels from
beginners to several years of experience.
Presentations that contain any sort of marketing and commercial content
are usually not encouraged at such meetings.
Hisham R. Rojoa
Membership Liaison & Communications Officer
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