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October 2, 2008, NANOG44 and NANOG45 PC Meeting Minutes

 

  • Merit attendees: Gayle Terkeurst 

 

  • SC attendees: Chris Morrow 

 

  • PC attendees: Larry Blunk, Brian Deardorff, Joel Jaeggli, Rodney Joffe, Kevin Oberman, Lane Patterson, Ren Provo, Josh Snowhorn, Richard Steenbergen and Todd Underwood 

 

  • Known conflicts: Mike Hughes and Keith Mitchell 

 

The goal of the fourth call was to make necessary adjustments for NANOG44 and to draft the program for NANOG45. 

 

NANOG44:

The IPv6 Debate will be postponed until NANOG45 and may be restructured as a panel. 

The topical 'IP Hijack' presentation will take its place, modified post-review in Wired Magazine.

  • Lightning talks - Requests to present 5-10 minutes of material, including brief Q&A, can now be made at http://www.nanogpc.org for NANOG44. NANOG45 lightning talk submission dates will be announced in January 2009. 

 

  • Newcomer's Breakfast - Newcomer's Breakfast invitations will be distributed approximately one week prior to NANOG44. We look forward to many new and familiar faces Monday morning the 13th of October at 8:30am in the Crystal Room. 

NANOG45:

NANOG45 planning is well underway. The submission tool will be available for presentations mid-October 2008 at http://www.nanogpc.org

A reminder to confirm visa requirements should be included in the CFP. 

Regional operators are highly encouraged to submit presentations for NANOG45.
 

  • BOFs - Please engage the following leaders directly, or email[email protected]og.org if you need their contact data, to present material during any of the following BOFs:
        • Security - Warren Kumari, Google and Danny McPherson, Arbor
        • Tools - Joel Jaeggli, Nokia 
        • Peering - Aaron Hughes, Cariden Technologies

 

  • Tutorials - NANOG45 will include a blend of refreshed prior material and new material. Ticketing system basics, MPLS, VPNs, BFD, etc. are of interest. Materials, including question and answer time, should be geared towards a 90 minute session. 

 

  • Panels - Three panels of regional interest are under development. Please engage the NANOG Program Committee at [email protected] and include which panel is of interest so we may relay your request to the appropriate moderator.
    • Undersea cable expansion and impact on regional traffic distribution. 
    • Collocation challenges - HVAC and other regional considerations. 
    • Recently established Internet Exchange Points - non-profit and commercial options. 

 

Submitted on 7-Oct-08 by Ren Provo, Vice-Chair, NANOG Program Committee.

The Program Committee welcomes your comments and suggestions at [email protected]