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
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In less than 2 weeks I hope to see many of you at our next ENOG meeting
in Baku. We expect an interesting programme
(http://www.enog.org/meetings/enog-8/programme/) and useful discussions.
I want to let you know that there is still some space on the Programme
and if you have an interesting talk, please approach the Programme
Committee at pc(a)enog.org.
I'd like specifically to draw your attention to so-called Lightning
Talks - short, sometimes spontaneous presentations on interesting issue
or idea that fits in the context of ENOG. Think about this, and you can
already submit your proposal, tagged as a Lightning Talk at
See you in Baku!
On behalf of the ENOG PC
Меньше чем через 2 недели я надеюсь увидеть многих из вас на нашей
очередной встрече ENOG в Баку. Нас ждет интересная программа
(http://www.enog.org/meetings/enog-8/programme/) и полезные дискуссии.
Хочу заметить, что в программе еще есть место для одного или двух
интересных докладов, пожалуйста напишите нам в Программный Комитет:
Особенно хотел бы привлечь ваше внимание к так называемым
"Блиц-докладам" - коротким, иногда спонтанным выступлениям на интересную
тему или с интересной идеей в рамках тематики встречи.
Если у вас есть идеи, вы можете уже подать заявку, пометив ее как
Lightning Talk: http://www.enog.org/meetings/enog-8/submit-a-topic
До встречи в Баку!
От ПК ENOG
We are happy to announce a new RIPE NCC training course that will take
place on the Sunday before the RIPE 69 Meeting in London this November.
This new course will focus on how to obtain, transfer, manage and
protect your IP address space. The course is free of charge and is open
to anyone interested.
The course will cover the most frequently asked questions the RIPE NCC
receives about IP address space.
RIPE NCC Presents: IP Address Space Basics
How to obtain, transfer, manage and protect your IP addresses
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Manage your IPv4 and IPv6 addresses according to current RIPE Policies
- Understand how to obtain IPv4 addresses through transfers
- Protect your address space from hijacking
Anyone interested in the policies and procedures around address space in
the RIPE NCC service region, and companies looking at address space
transfers, mergers and acquisitions. No prior knowledge of the topic is
Sunday, 2 November, 10:00–16:00
- Becoming a RIPE NCC member (why and how)
- Obtaining IP addresses (IPv4 and IPv6)
- IP address space transfers, mergers and acquisitions
- IPv6 basics
- Address space hijacking
- Resource Certification (RPKI)
Free of charge. Coffee and lunch will be provided.
The course will be delivered by representatives from the RIPE NCC’s
Training Services and Registration Services departments.
If you are interested in attending this course, please let us know asap
by sending an email to training(a)ripe.net. Be quick - we only have 40
seats available on a first come, first served basis!
If there is enough interest, we will continue to offer courses on
different topics of interest alongside future RIPE Meetings.
Our training team travels the RIPE NCC service region to deliver
training courses to our members without any additional cost.
Over the next few months, we'll be in Ljubljana, Norway, Tbilisi,
Berlin, Bratislava, Amman, Lyon, Athens, London, Amsterdam.
Visit the following page to register and to check which training courses
we are giving in your area:
The RIPE NCC delivers the following training courses:
- LIR Training Course
- RIPE Database Training Course
- Basic IPv6 Training Course
- Advanced IPv6 Training Course
- Routing Security Training Course
- DNSSEC Training Course
For more information visit:
With kind regards,
Training Services Manager