ARIN XXIV Registration Now Open
Posted: Mon, 13 July 2009
Registration is now open for the ARIN XXIV Public Policy and Members Meeting, 21-23 October 2009 in Dearborn, Michigan. The meeting is being held back-to-back with NANOG 47, 18-21 October at the Hyatt Regency Dearborn, and information about the meeting, hotel, and remote participation is available at:
The special room rate of $159(USD) single/double occupancy is available until 30 September 2009. 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 XXIV Overview
- Tuesday, 20 October: The pre-meeting agenda includes a lunch for first time ARIN meeting attendees. In the evening, there will be the Introduction to the Policy Development Process and Open Policy Hour sessions and a Happy Hour with pizza and beer
- Wednesday, 21 October: Joint ARIN/NANOG Session on IPv6, ARIN Public Policy Meeting, Day 1 , featuring speeches from Board, Advisory Council and NRO NC candidates
- Thursday, 22 October: ARIN Public Policy Meeting, Day 2 and ARIN evening social at the Henry Ford Museum
- Friday, 23 October: ARIN Members Meeting (open to all ARIN XXIV attendees)
ARIN continues to offer expanded remote participation options. Register your Jabber Identifier to submit questions and comments and to raise your hand during consensus polling. The webcast and live transcript of the entire Public Policy and Members Meeting including the Open Policy Hour held Tuesday will be available to everyone. Additional agenda details and more information about ARIN XXIV will be posted on our website as we get closer to the meeting, so check back often!
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