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Fwd: UKNOF9: London, Monday 14th January - Agenda
- From: Andy Davidson
- Date: Fri Jan 11 02:30:18 2008
For the small number of us in the UK who have not seen this
notification, the ninth UKNOF meeting is going to happen on Monday -
there are some spaces left, so why not visit and meet some of your
counterparts in the industry ?
For those who are not local, remote participation is available by
following the 'Webcast' link on http://www.uknof.org.uk/uknof9/
The listed times are in GMT, so the kick off would be 5am on the east
I hope to see some of you there.
Begin forwarded message:
From: Keith Mitchell <keith@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 4 January 2008 20:22:10 GMT
Subject: [uknof] UKNOF9: London, Monday 14th January - Agenda
Happy New Year. If you are looking for a cure for those post-holiday
blues, UKNOF9 is only 10 days away, and I'm pleased to announce a
agenda of presentations for it - you can find this at:
I'd like to thank our sponsors Nominet UK, for their generous
UKNOF9, which as well as keeping meeting attendance and catering
all, is this time allowing us to move to a bigger room at the same
This time around we have a number of DNS-related talks, including
Nominet's CTO talking about their plans for enhanced DNS security, and
on the future of BIND. There are also operational deployment
presentations on IPv6 and IPTV, and the latest developments in SS7
support for Asterisk. Richard Clayton will be talking about the recent
report he worked on for the House of Lords on Personal Internet
We already have 4, but there is still room in the programme for 1 or 2
more "lightning presentations": short and/or late-breaking items of
interest. Please contact me anytime between now and on the day if
like to submit one of these.
We also hope to webcast this event and support remote participation.
Meeting connectivity is being provided by LINX, Entanet and Claranet,
and we have a unique opportunity this time around to beta-test LINX's
upgraded meeting wireless infrastructure.
If you are planning to attend, and have not yet done so, please
as soon as possible at:
A finalised meeting agenda and any other logistic details will appear
here and on the UKNOF website <http://www.uknof.org.uk> in due course.