ARIN Soars into Albuquerque with a Record Number of Policy Proposals
Posted: Thu, 06 Sep 2007
And that's not all we have planned for the ARIN XX Public Policy and Members Meeting. Join us 17-19 October 2007 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
ARIN XX takes place back-to-back with the North American Network Operators' Group (NANOG) meeting. It's a great opportunity to network with colleagues and contribute your ideas in the policy arena.
IPv6 takes center stage on Sunday, 14 October, with a series of IPv6 training sessions sponsored jointly by NANOG and ARIN.
ARIN activities continue on Tuesday, 16 October with a lunch for first time
ARIN meeting attendees and the evening Open Policy Hour. After a full day of policy discussions on Wednesday, unwind at our exciting southwestern social. The Friday Members Meeting, which is open to all attendees, features speeches by candidates running for the ARIN Board of Trustees and Advisory Council.
Take advantage of the early $100 registration fee and the special room rate at the hotel. After 2 October, the registration fee will increase to $150 (USD), though organizations that are members in good standing will continue to have the fee waived for two representatives. Also, you must reserve your hotel room before 24 September to take advantage of the special meeting attendee rate of $158 (USD) a night! Note the information and links provided for those wishing to register for NANOG 41.
Meeting and hotel information, along with everything ARIN XX-related is
The agenda overview and social pages have been updated recently. Additional details will be posted closer to the meeting, so check back soon.
For those unable to attend the meeting in person, remote participation is
available. Register through the link above. ARIN will provide a live webcast of the entire Public Policy and Members Meeting.
If you need any assistance or have questions, please contact us at
See you in Albuquerque!
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