[AusNOG] AusNOG 2019 Call for Presentations.
terry at terrym.net
Sun May 19 07:26:50 EST 2019
Here starts the AusNOG 2019 Call for Presentations.
I'm sure you have all been waiting with bated breath!
AusNOG 2019 will be held on the 5th and 6th of September at
As usual we are making a call for people to submit proposals
for talks at AusNOG 2019 that would be of interest to the
Internet operations community, ie technical presentations and
not sales talks.
Previous year's feedback has strongly suggested that AusNOG
participants prefer to hear from operators. So, we are especially
looking for operators to share what they know!
(for example, sharing experiences about the NBN, deployments, or things
that truely impact operations).
Notes to presenters
Preference will be given to presentations that result in actual
Speaking slots are typically 30 minutes, including Q&A time, although we
can accommodate a limited number of requests for 45/60 minute slots. We
would also entertain requests for 15 minutes. There will be a call for
lightning talks (5 minutes) closer to the event.
By submitting a presentation for consideration in the AusNOG 2019
programme, and if selected the presenter will allow AusNOG to:
* Take photographs of the presentation and presenter
* Record and rebroadcast video and audio of the presentation and
* Redistribute the presentation slides, audio, video, and photographs
electronically, on the AusNOG website, or otherwise but leaving
all intellectual property in the hands of presenter or rightful
Presenters receive complimentary registration while those not selected
will be offered registration at the early bird rate.
21 June: Submission of presentation title, presentation description
(300 words), and presenter biography (150 words)
19 July: Presenters notified of their acceptance status as an
AusNOG 2018 presentation.
16 August: Submission of final presentation slides as PowerPoint or
Keynote. Provision of a recent digital
photograph (<500k) of the presenter.
All submissions MUST be sent by email to organisers AT ausnog DOT net.
: AusNOG accepts that some speakers are unable to allow us to archive
their presentation due to company or corporate policy, and if the
situation arises AusNOG will delete all copies in its possession after
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