[ipv6hackers] Fwd: IPv6 Hackers #2 (Prague): Call for Speakers
fgont at si6networks.com
Mon Jul 20 21:24:43 CEST 2015
We will have the ipv6hackers meeting tomorrow (Tuesday at 4 pm) in
Prague. (I will post the details later today). If you have stuff to
present, this is the moment to hear from you (at: <fgont at si6networks.com>).
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Subject: IPv6 Hackers #2 (Prague): Call for Speakers
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2015 18:17:58 -0300
From: Fernando Gont <fgont at si6networks.com>
To: IPv6 Hackers Mailing List <ipv6hackers at lists.si6networks.com>
I'm in the process of organizing the next in-person IPv6 Hackers
(http://www.ipv6hackers.org) meeting (IPv6 Hackers #2). The meeting
will take place during the next IETF meeting (July 19-24), in Prague,
Czech Republic (the specific date and venue of the meeting are yet to
be defined... but we will obviously avoid collisions with relevant
I'd like to hear (off-list) from folks that would be
willing/interested in presenting at the meeting. If you'd be
interested in presenting, please send (off-list, to
<fgont at si6networks.com>, while keeping the current subject):
* Name of the Speaker, and affiliation (if any)
* Title of the presentation
* A small abstract describing your talk
* Required/Suggested time slot
* Any preferences in dates/times for your presentation (particularly
"I'm sure I will be available on..., but I know it would be impossible
for me to present on..."
* The range of acceptable topics for IPv6 Hackers #2 are those of the
"IPv6 security issues and low/packet-level issues related to the IPv6
protocols. Low-level IPv6 networking and security issues that could
eventually lead to advances and improvements in the area of IPv6
security and IPv6 networking. Unrelated networking or security topics
is considered 'off-topic'."
* To get a feeling of topics covered during the previous IPv6 Hackers
meeting, please check:
* As with IPv6 Hackers #1, attendance will free to everyone.
* Travel and/or accommodation expenses for speakers are NOT covered.
P.S.: Please direct any questions or suggestions to
<fgont at si6networks.com>, such that we reduce the noise on the
mailing-list (but feel free to post on-list if deemed necessary).
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