[AusNOG] APNIC RPKI Deployathon rescheduled to 7th Dec (in sync in AusNOG rescheduling)

Tashi Phuntsho toebinoz at gmail.com
Wed Jul 21 16:27:45 EST 2021

Hi All,
In light of the AusNOG announcement (rescheduled for 8-9 Dec), we will be moving our RPKI deploy-a-thon to the 7th of December.

Since we have limited places available, please register here:
	https://training.apnic.net/events/rpkideployathon_20211207 <https://training.apnic.net/events/rpkideployathon_20210901>

The detailed Deployathon agenda is here:

	https://wiki.apnictraining.net/rpki-ausnog2021 <https://wiki.apnictraining.net/rpki-ausnog2021> 

Looking forward to seeing you all in December.

Thanks and stay safe.

Tashi (on behalf of APNIC)


> On 9 Jul 2021, at 2:53 pm, Tashi Phuntsho <toebinoz at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> It's been more than a year since the last RPKI Deployathon at APRICOT 2020, and since then, we've seen some great discussions and deployment in AU - thanks to all the early adopters.
> The RPKI framework is still evolving; validators have come and gone; some router vendors are still catching up; and most importantly, the majority of routes originating from AU still do not have a covering ROA.
> As a result, APNIC is planning a full-day RPKI Deployathon in Sydney, on Wednesday, 1 September, a day before AusNOG 2021 kicks off. We'll  present the findings and results of the Deployathon at the AusNOG 2021 Lightning Talks.
> There are limited places available, so please register early:
>   https://training.apnic.net/events/rpkideployathon_20210901 
> More information and a detailed agenda are also available here: 
>   https://wiki.apnictraining.net/rpki-ausnog2021
> Joining us as co-facilitators are Phil Mawson, Tim Warnock, and Mark Duffell, who have all volunteered to help.
> Many thanks also goes to David Hughes and the AusNOG Committee for accommodating us. 
> We look forward to seeing you at the Deployathon.
> Thanks,
> --
> Tashi 
> (on behalf of APNIC)

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