[AusNOG] Re: AUSNOG Conference? (AUSCERT#200747f37)
phillip.grasso at gmail.com
Thu Jun 14 17:37:25 EST 2007
Hi Terry, that sounds great, Phil and Geoff would be great folks to hear
I think there are a number of folks that are interested in helping, so what
is the list members thoughts on setting up an AUSNOG event committee. I'm of
the opinion that we should keep it open to folks that want to help but
limited in size somewhat to make sure it still moves along at a steady pace.
along this theme, I can provide resources for the committee from meeting
rooms in city locations(Sydney & Melbourne....) + refreshments, video
conferencing, and telephone conference bridges.
What do you all think? Those that are interested in joining the committee
and or have something solid to contribute (time, resources, sponsorship etc)
please raise your hands or more practically, email respond.
On 14/06/07, Terry Manderson <terry at apnic.net> wrote:
> Both Philip Smith @ cisco and Geoff Huston have confirmed that they
> will present if they are available (no clashes with other conferences).
> I have sent other emails out to people asking for participation.
> I guess the question could be similarly raised. What speakers do you,
> as operators, wish to hear from?
> I'm also happy to see it run as a tail end to Auscert.
> e.g Martin Lack and associates do an awesome job of conference
> organising, and they have the attention of a lot of sponsors so perhaps
> making sponsorship acquisition easier.
> On 14/06/2007, at 10:44 AM, Phillip Grasso wrote:
> > I have a bunch of speakers from Google Network Engineering to do talks
> > :) Perhaps we can arrange some goodies as well.
> To progress this, is there someone who would like to take a chairing
> role and kick off the project by forming a AUSNOG-1 meeting team around
> Terry Manderson email: terry at apnic.net
> Network Operations Manager, APNIC sip: info at voip.apnic.net
> http://www.apnic.net phone: +61 7 3858 3100
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