From: David Robb [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, 25 January 2006 10:18 a.m.
Subject: [nznog] NZNOG conference
Is there any further information available for this? ie
costs, who else is
I'm going to need to make a decision very soon as to whether
or not I can
justify my attendance.
As to who is speaking, we've run into a problem with a number of
speakers agreeing to provide abstracts to go on the web site, then not
getting around to providing them. You know who you are.
Among our more virtuous speakers are
Mark Foster Bridging the Gap Between Support and the
Richard Hulse The Economics of Peering
Peter Komisarczuk Location Determination for WLAN and 3G
Hamish MacEwan Peering - The Customer Perspective
Ian McDonald TCP Congestion Control
Andrew McMillan Extending SPF to include policy for TLS
Dean Pemberton Investigations into Internet Background
Geoff Scrimgeour Welcome to The Loop
Scott Walsh Network Security through Firewall
Bill Woodcock Building Global Content-Distribution Networks
I expect to announce more during the coming week.
- Donald Neal
Donald Neal |"I'm busy. I have papers to read,
Support Engineer |reports to write, bosses to
NGN Operations |infuriate." - Lt. Giardello
Integration & Services Division +-----------------------------------
Alcatel NZ Ltd - Telecom's network operations manager
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