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Save the Date- Africans @ IETF 98- 28 March, 8-9 am (US CDT)

Kevin G. Chege
By Kevin G. ChegeInternet Development Manager for Africa

Africans at the IETF Meeting

 
Venue: Swissotel Chicago, Montreux 2 room
Date: Tuesday 28 March 2017 
Time: 8 to 9 am (US Central Time)

Background

There will be a session for the Africans who will be in attendance in Chicago for the upcoming IETF 98. The session will cover the IETF Africa initiative which aims to raise awareness of IETF standards in Africa and encourage more developers and network engineers from Africa to participate in the work being done at the IETF. 

Agenda

Starts at 8 (US Central Time)

·      Introductions and Welcome – 5 mins

·      IETF Africa initiative – where we are – 10mins

·      Planning for 2017 activities (ideas & discussions) – 20 mins

o   Event at AIS 2017 in Nairobi, Kenya

o   Hackathons in 2017 – the plan

o   Webinar topics for 2017

·      Discussion on involving others – 20 mins

·      Wrap up

 

Attendance

Anyone from Africa who will be at the IETF 98 in Chicago is encouraged to attend. The meeting is also open to anyone wanting to hear more about the IETF Africa Initiative and contribute ideas.

 

If you would like to attend, kindly RSVP to Marsema Tariku –  Tariku@isoc.org

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