ARIN XXII Registration Now Open
Posted: Fri, 18 Jul 2008
ARIN invites you to join us 15-17 October 2008 in Los Angeles, California for the ARIN XXII Public Policy and Members Meeting. The meeting will be held at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel and registration is now open. Links to meeting, hotel, and remote participation information, as well as other meeting information is available at
The special room rate of $189(USD) single/double occupancy is available until 19 September 2008. Reserve your room now as space is limited.
ARIN holds open, biannual Public Policy and Members Meetings, to provide an opportunity for the entire Internet community to contribute to Internet number resource policy discussion and development, network with colleagues, and attend workshops and tutorials. Current policy proposals up for discussion at this meeting are available at:
ARIN XXII Overview
- Tuesday, 14 October: Pre-meeting activities will include a lunch time event for first time ARIN meeting attendees, as well as the evening Introduction to the Internet Resource Policy Evaluation Process and Open Policy Hour.
- Wednesday, 15 October: The day begins with a special NANOG/ARIN sponsored session entitled "What Would Jon have Done about the addressing challenges currently facing us?" and then there will be the ARIN Public Policy Meeting, Day 1 and Evening ARIN Social
- Thursday, 16 October: ARIN Public Policy Meeting, Day 2
- Friday, 17 October: ARIN Members Meeting (open to all ARIN XXII attendees)
Note that this ARIN meeting is being held back-to-back with NANOG 44, 12-14 October.
ARIN will once again offer remote participation via webcast and email for those that are unable to attend. Remote participation includes the ability to send comments to the Public Policy Meeting and requires registration, while the webcast will be available to everyone. Additional agenda details and more information about ARIN XXII will be posted on our website as we get closer to the meeting, so check back often!
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