In message <4960FAF6.1070202(a)deanpemberton.com>om>, Dean Pemberton writes:
Don Gould wrote:
How about outlining how you'd like to see the
system used in NZ?
How about putting a shout out for support for your ideas?
/me puts on his Org Committee hat
I'm sure even at this late stage we could find space for an enum talk or
The Network Systems Miniconf (one of the tutorials on Wednesday) would
be happy to provide time for a enum talk and/or panel discussion if
someone would volunteer to lead it off. (The topic seems very relevant
to the "layer 7" approach of the miniconf, schedule we are planning
is very flexible so we can allow time to discuss the issue in detail.)
An offer to lead a session about enum and/or indications that this would
be a useful topic welcomed. Details below (as per earlier post);
suggestions of other topics also still welcomed.
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From: Ewen McNeill <ewen(a)naos.co.nz>
Date: Sat, 20 Dec 2008 14:22:29 +1300
Subject: [nznog] NZNOG 2009 Network Management Miniconf
If you've registered for NZNOG 2009 (http://2009.nznog.org/register
you will have seen that we are holding another network administrators
miniconf on the Wednesday tutorial day. We'd like to try a different
format this year and have a few BoF-style sessions on various ISP
systems/network management topics, each with a brief introductory talk
followed by an extended discussion period (10-30 minutes depending on
interest in the topic).
We would like suggestions for topics of interest to anyone planning
on coming to the miniconf. We would also welcome any offers to speak for
a few minutes (5-15 minutes) on a topic as a lead into discussion.
This is your opportunity to find out what your peers at other ISPs have
found does or does not work.
Some topics that have been mentioned in informal discussion, or happened
in previous years:
- system configuration automation (puppet, bcfg, cfengine, etc)
- system/network monitoring (nagios, etc, especially scalability)
- mail systems/spam filtering/webmail
But there are plenty of other possible topics so let us know what is
relevant to you at present.
Please send topic suggestions and offers to talk to:
Simon Lyall and Ewen McNeill
Network Administrators Miniconf
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