[apops] Re: [sig-routing] APNIC Routing SIG - Call for Presentations

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  • Subject: [apops] Re: [sig-routing] APNIC Routing SIG - Call for Presentations
  • From: Philip Smith <pfs at cisco dot com>
  • Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2002 20:24:03 +1000
  • Sender: owner-apops@lists.apnic.net
    • Dear APNIC Member,
      I would like to extend the deadline of the call for presentations of the
      APNIC Routing SIG. The new deadline will be Friday 18 January, 2002,
      with notification of acceptance Friday 25th January. Thank you very much for
      your contribution for the APNIC community.
      Best wishes,
      Philip Smith
      Chair of the Routing SIG
      >            Call For Presentations for the APNIC Routing SIG
      >                                           Philip Smith
      >                                           Routing SIG Chair
      >The next meeting of the APNIC Routing SIG will be held in Bangkok on 
      >Tuesday 5th March during the APNIC track of APRICOT 2002 
      >(www.apricot2002.net). This SIG is an open forum to discuss routing and 
      >routing policy issues within the Asia Pacific region.
      >This e-mail is a request for contributions. I'm looking for presentations
      >of relevance from anyone who is interested in routing issues in the Asia
      >Pacific region.
      >Topics we might want to explore this time around might include, but are 
      >not limited to:
      >   - Internet Routing table growth
      >   - Routing stability and flap damping
      >   - Best configuration practices for ISPs
      >   - The Internet Routing Registry
      >If you would like to take part in this SIG with a presentation, please
      >send your proposal to pfs at cisco dot com, cc'ing sig at apnic dot net. Proposals
      >should be sent no later than Monday 7th of January, 2002.
      >                             Requirements
      >The proposal:
      >    - should be relevant to this special interest group,
      >    - be no more than 1000 words, and
      >    - should describe your perspective on the topic including its pros/cons
      >      from various aspects.
      >    - should indicate the time required (I expect that a time limit of 15
      >      minutes presentation will be set)
      >The tentative schedule is
      >    7 January    Proposal deadline
      >    11 January   Notification of Acceptance
      >    15 February  Presentation slides submitted to APNIC & SIG Chair
      >    5 March      Presentation of paper at SIG
      >Comments are welcomed and appreciated.
      >Philip Smith
      >APNIC Routing SIG chair
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