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Deploy360 11 January 2013

Still Time To Submit A DNSSEC Speaking Proposal for ICANN 46 in Beijing

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Online Content

As we mentioned previously, there will be another DNSSEC Deployment Workshop on April 10, 2013, as part of ICANN 46 in Beijing, China.

The program committee is still open to receiving proposals if you would like to be considered for the agenda.

These DNSSEC workshops at ICANN meetings are outstanding places to meet with people involved in DNSSEC deployment and to present ideas, case studies, new tools and more.

See our earlier article for a full list of the kinds of topics for which the program committee is seeking proposals.  If you have a DNSSEC-related idea for a talk that doesn’t fit into those areas, don’t be afraid to submit it as the program committee provides that list for guidance.

The workshop agenda is filling up quickly… but there is still room for a few more speaking slots if you get a proposal in soon.  You need to send your proposal to [email protected] by January 15th to be considered.

And if you don’t want to present but are interested in attending, if you can get yourself to Beijing attendance at the DNSSEC Deployment Workshop is free.  The event will also be live-streamed out so you will be able to watch it remotely.

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Disclaimer: Viewpoints expressed in this post are those of the author and may or may not reflect official Internet Society positions.

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