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Deploy360 27 October 2014

NETNOD Autumn 2014 Meeting In Stockholm – IPv6 Presentations

Jan Žorž
By Jan ŽoržFormer Operational Engagement Programme Manager
Jan speaks at NETNOD meeting (Photo courtesy of NETNOD)

Jan speaks at NETNOD meeting (Photo courtesy of NETNOD)

This year NETNOD Autumn meeting happened on 1st and 2nd October at Piperska Muren in Stockholm and brought together many excellent experts from the Internet community. I was invited to speak about two documents that are aimed at helping to remove some IPv6 deployment speed-bumps: RIPE-554 and “IPv6 troubleshooting for help desks“.

Compressing so much information about two documents in 30 minutes talk is very hard, especially because there is a lot to say about the content. I’ve been contemplating for a long time how to avoid walls of texts in presentation, but to no avail. If you put too little information on the slides, the context is lost for the people in the audience and especially for people that download the presentation later.

My talk was on the agenda on the first day before lunch and discussion afterward was encouraging. The community found both documents and efforts very valuable and useful. For those who could not attend, there is a set of slides available for download and maybe later there will be video recording of my talk.

NETNOD Autumn 2014 meeting turned out as a great event and I’m looking forward to next visit!

P.S. If you want to get started with deploying IPv6 on your own networks, please visit our Start Here page to begin!

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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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