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Deploy360 9 March 2015

Discussing IETF at 2015 Spring NETNOD Meeting This Week

Jan Žorž
By Jan ŽoržFormer Operational Engagement Programme Manager

This Wednesday and Thursday, 11-12 March, I’ll be at the Spring NETNOD meeting in Stockholm, Sweden, to discuss our Operators And The IETF project and survey analysis.

We’ll have a panel discussion starting with the survey analysis and thoughts about first steps, followed by  discussion between panelists including current IETF participants, past participants, and non-participants. Let’s see what the outcome will be! I expect a heated discussion and hope for some good suggestions on how to improve the current situation.

Netnod meetings bring together operators, customers, friends, and partners of Netnod twice each year and feature programs that focus on technical talks that are interesting to network operators as well as to others in the Internet community at large.

If you happen to be at the 2015 Spring NETNOD meeting – come and find me in the crowd, I would be happy to chat about the Internet, the IETF, or any of our Deploy360 topics!

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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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