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Deploy360 26 July 2016

Deadline of August 14 (UPDATE: Now Aug 21) for Call for Presentations at DNS-OARC 25

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Online Content

DNS-OARC logoDo you have an idea about how to improve DNS that you would like to present to a community of people active with DNS?  Have you done research into new ways to better secure DNS or increase the privacy?  Have you done something with DNSSEC or DANE that you’d like to share with others?

If so, the team over at the DNS Operations Analysis and Research Center (DNS-OARC) has issued their Call for Presentations for DNS-OARC 25.  The DNS-OARC 25 meeting takes place on Saturday and Sunday, October 15-16, 2016, right before the NANOG 68 meeting.

The deadline to submit proposals is AUGUST 14, AUGUST 21, 2016.

(Update: The deadline was changed to August 21, 2016.)

To get a sense of the topics discussed in a DNS-OARC meeting, I would suggest viewing the list of contributions to DNS-OARC 24 in Montreal last October.

If you have an idea, please do submit a proposal – read the DNS-OARC CFP for all the details.


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