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[AfriNIC-rpd] Draft agenda for AfriNIC-14

sm+afrinic at sm+afrinic at
Thu May 12 23:59:03 UTC 2011


The PDWG has been allocated five and a half hours, including 45 
minutes for PDP process and elections, during the AfriNIC-14 meeting 
for its discussions.  The list of existing proposals is as follows:









The authors of the following proposals have confirmed that they will 
be presenting their proposals:



Some time will be reserved for AFPUB-2010-v4-005-draft-03 just in 
case it gets on the agenda.

If you are an author of one of the existing proposals and you have 
not sent a confirmation, please do so as soon as possible so that the 
logistical details can be finalized.

The tentative plan is to allocate 10 minutes to the author for the 
presentation of his/her proposal.  AfriNIC will provide a Powerpoint 
template.  I'll post the URL or you can email Mukom Akong T 
<tamon at> to get a copy of template.  If there are any 
problems, please contact the Interim co-chairs.

I would appreciate if you submit your presentation at least one week 
before the AfriNIC-14 meeting.  If you need to make any last minute 
changes, please contact the Interim co-chairs.

The slots for each proposal will be allotted based on the amount of 
discussion generated by the proposal.  If you need more time, 
ask.  Please note that we have to take into account time constraints 
as we try to accommodate you.

Presentations are generally in English.  AfriNIC will provide audio 
facilities in English and French.  I met some French speakers at some 
previous meetings.  They mentioned that they would like to read a 
french version of the proposals.  As the PDWG does not have the 
logistics for text translation, I suggest, as an individual, to run 
the version of the proposal available on the AfriNIC web site through 
an online translator.

It is recommended that authors who cannot attend the meeting in 
person participate remotely as there are Jabber facilities available 
during the meeting.  It is the author's responsibility to address the 
concerns raised during the discussion of a proposal.

If you have any questions about the above, please ask.  Suggestions 
are welcome.

S. Moonesamy
Interim co-chair

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