The ENOG Programme Committee (PC) is getting ready to start working on
the programme for the ENOG7 meeting, which will take place in Moscow,
Russia, 26-27 May 2014.
The PC has already attracted a strong team of industry experts with
diverse regional and international experience, and we are looking for
new members to join us.
What is expected from a PC member?
- To actively participate in forming the programme of the ENOG meeting.
This implies active participation in the PC activities (teleconferences,
on-site meetings, reviews, etc.) and working towards reaching consensus
on decision points.
- To actively seek content that is relevant and interesting to the ENOG
community. This includes reaching out to presenters of interesting
talks, people involved in projects, research or other activities that
may be of interest to the community.
- To stay aware of the topics that address the needs and interests of
the ENOG community. This requires good knowledge of relevant regional
and/or international issues and usually assumes attendance of ENOG meetings.
- To actively publicize the meeting and its agenda to potential
attendees, using both personal contacts and social networking.
If you meet the above requirements and are willing to commit your
expertise and energy to the work of the ENOG 7 PC, please send an email
and tell us about yourself and your motivation to: <pc(a)enog.org>. Please
do this no later than *December 1, 2013*.
More information about ENOG: http://www.enog.org/
for the ENOG 7 Programme Committee
It is my pleasure to announce the new Programme Committee that will
start working on the programme for our next meeting - ENOG7 to be held
in Moscow 26-27 of May 2014. This PC will also be responsible for the
ENOG8 programme, since we don't want to lose time on the formation of a
new PC in the short period between the two meetings.
We got new members: Jaap Akkerhuis, NLnetLabs and Yuri Kargapolov, UANIC
and I would like to welcome them aboard.
I would also like to thank the outgoing members who decided to step
down, Kurt Erik Lindquist and Vladimir Kukovsky, for their work and
great contributions to programmes of the previous meetings.
The members of the new Programme Committee are listed below:
Jaap Akkerhuis, NLnetLabs
Anton Baskov, Clouded lynx
Dmitry Burkov, RIPE NCC Executive Board
Jim Cowie, Renesys
Alexander Isavnin, ZAO Media Alliance
Yuri Kargapolov, UANIC
Andrey Kolesnikov, Coordination Center for TLD .RU
Dmitry Kohmanyuk, .UA ccTLD registry Hostmaster
Sergey Myasoedov, NetArt Group
Julia Ovchinnikova, Coordination Center for TLD .RU
Tatiana Popova, Ukrainian Internet Association
Serge Radovcic, RIPE NCC
Paul Rendek, RIPE NCC
Andrei Robachevsky, Internet Society
Shavkat Sabirov, Internet Association of Kazakhstan
Alex Semenyaka, Yandex
Konstantin Tchoumatchenko, MSK-IX
Svitlana Tkachenko, .UA ccTLD registry Hostmaster
Maksym Tulyuk, AMS-IX
Evgeny Zobnitsev, FOSS Networks
for the ENOG PC
The ENOG 8 Meeting has been scheduled to take place in Odessa Ukraine on
21-22 October 2014 at the Bristol Hotel (TBC). Following the success our
the previous meetings in the Ukraine we are eagerly anticipating this meeting,
however we need some assistance in the form of a local host for this meeting.
The Host for ENOG 8 will be required to:
- Assist in finding a suitable venue for an evening social event with
- Supply suitable Internet connectivity for the duration of the event
(this can be sponsored)
- Provide financial assistance of at least 15,000 EUR
- Assist in finding suitable local sponsors for the event
- Invite local government officials
- Provide local support before and during the event
- Create local language (Ukrainian/Russian) PR material for the event
- Support in providing invitation letters for visas for participants
- Assist in finding suitable simultaneous translation for the event
- Assist in finding a suitable web-cast service for the event
- Assist in finding a photographer for the event
- Assist with printed material for the event
- Provide four staff members to assist with registration and other
duties during the meeting
Hosting such a meeting provides your organisation with excellent
visibility to the ENOG community. Your organisation's name will be
mentioned in meeting announcements, as well as the opening and closing
sessions of the meeting. Your organisation will also be given the
opportunity to make a short welcome speech during the opening plenary.
Your logo will be prominently displayed on the meeting website (on
http://www.enog.org/), in printed meeting material, on participant
badges, on-site banners and in the meeting reports.
If you are interested in hosting the ENOG 8 Meeting please make contact
with us <enog(a)ripe.net> describing how you would meet each of the above
This call for hosting the ENOG 8 meeting will close on the 21 January 2014.