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Deploy360 24 November 2014

AfriNIC meeting in Mauritius starts on Wednesday

Jan Žorž
By Jan ŽoržFormer Operational Engagement Programme Manager

logo_af21Operators and LIRs are meeting at Afrinic21 meeting in Mauritius – again to discuss the important topics of Internet development in Africa continent. Currently the workshops are underway – DNSSEC training, IPv6 for Engineers, Anycast DNS, IXP and so on – all interesting topics. The opening ceremony starts on Wednesday, followed by AfricaCert CyberSecurity day topic. On Thursday the day starts with ICANN Panel, continues with IANA oversight topic and technical presentations, where Douglas Onyango and myself will talk about BCOP developments in Africa and around the world.

Friday is packed with policy discussions throughout the day, finishing at 7pm with NRO NC/ICANN ASO/AC Elections.

If you are at the meeting, come and find me and let’s talk!

If you can’t be here, remote participation with video webcasting will appear on RP page.

 

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