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Deploy360 17 January 2015

SANOG25 Is Underway In Kandy, Sri Lanka

Jan Žorž
By Jan ŽoržFormer Operational Engagement Programme Manager

SANOG25, the 25th meeting of the South Asian Network Operators Group, is currently happening in Kandy, Sri Lanka. Yesterday after the Program Committee chairman opened the day I presented the results of our IETF and Operators survey. The topic generated some discussion, one of them being that the “culture” issue resonates quite well with this operators community and might be one of major obstacles for more operators involvement in the IETF standardization process.

10930114_10205975693334287_8160221652415401763_nToday the official opening of the meeting started with lighting the fires on a meeting statue and various welcome talks from the host and and the chairs of different committees, followed by interesting sessions. In the closing plenary session I’m on the stage again, this time talking about “IPv6 Troubleshooting Procedures” document, being developed in RIPE BCOP TF and apparently of great interest of NOG communities around the world. 10900104_10205975694094306_7898476185792515265_o

Tomorrow the ION Sri Lanka meeting takes place and everyone is warmly invited to attend it.

If you are at SANOG25 meeting – come and find me around, I’ll be happy to chat about how to make Internet a better place. 🙂

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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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