DENOG 1 - Call for Participation and Papers

Marcus Stoegbauer marcus at grmpf.org
Sat Aug 1 07:45:24 CDT 2009


DENOG 1 - Call for Participation and Papers

The first meeting of the German Network Operators Group (DENOG) will be
held in Frankfurt, Germany on the 5th of November 2009. We are pleased
to hereby invite applications for presentations or short lightning talks
to be held at this inaugural event.

General Information
===================
DENOG is a community for professionals within Germany who are operating,
designing or researching the Internet. It provides a technical forum
where those working on, with and for the Internet can come together to
solve problems with every aspect of their (net)work.

The inaugural meeting is designed to provide an opportunity for the
exchange of information among network operators, engineers, researchers
and other professionals close to the network community.

More information about DENOG (in German) can be found at
  http://www.denog.de/
Information about the meeting will be published at
  http://www.denog.de/meeting/.


Meeting Countdown
=================
What                                   When
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Publication of Call for Papers         July 27th, 2009
Deadline for all submissions           September 28th, 2009
Publication of final programme         October 11th, 2009
Deadline for receipt of final slides   October 29th, 2009
Meeting Day                            November 5th, 2009

Topics for Presentations/Talks
==============================
The day will be divided into four sessions as described below. The
number and length of presentations per session is not fixed, although
due to time constraints we would prefer the length of the presentations
to be between 10 to 30 minutes. However proposals for longer/shorter
presentations or presentations whose subject falls outside of the topics
below are also welcome; please do not hesitate to submit them.

Topic #1: Internet, politics and regulations
--------------------------------------------
Duration: 90 minutes

Topics can include (but are not limited to): Legal interception,
government-driven DNS blacklists, DNSSEC (and problems arising from DNS
blacklists).

Topic #2: Peering
------------------
Duration: 60 minutes

All around your peering experience. Why are you doing it? How are you
doing it? Have you written any useful tools which others might find
interesting?

Topic #3: ISP BOF
-----------------
Duration: 90 minutes

"All things ISP". From Network/SLA Management (for or against it), abuse
handling and log systems to data centre layout and planning (including
power and cooling), everything that is interesting to you as an ISP can
be presented or discussed within this topic.

Topic #4: DENOG Organisational Matters
--------------------------------------
Duration: 60 minutes, no papers necessary

In this session we will discuss how to proceed with DENOG and potential
future meetings. We will present our ideas and eagerly await your own
ideas, feedback and comments.

Submission Guidelines
=====================
All submissions must have a strong technical bias and must not be solely
promotional for your employer. To appeal to an international audience we
ask you to produce your slides in English, but the presentation itself
can be in either German or English.

Please remember that your presentations should be suitable for a target
audience of technicians from varied backgrounds, working for companies
whose sizes vary considerably.

To submit a proposal for a presentation, we request that you provide the
following information as plain text or PDF format to
<denog-pc at denog.de>:

* the name of the presenter (and if applicable your affiliation)
* a working email address
* the name and number of the topic which will contain the presentation
* the title of the presentation
* its expected length (in minutes)
* the preferred spoken language for the presentation
* a short abstract of the presentation (not more than 200 words)

We also welcome suggestions for specific presentations which you feel
would be valuable to the DENOG community.

Please be aware that your presentation will be publish on the DENOG
website after the event.




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