Posted: Mon, 16 Mar 2009
There are only forty-two days left until ARIN XXIII Public Policy and Members Meeting. Please join us 26-29 April 2009 in San Antonio, Texas to add your voice to the community discussions.
In addition to the Public Policy and Members Meeting, there will be a number of informative, pre-meeting events on Sunday afternoon that you won’t want to miss. IPv6 tutorials will take attendees from theory to practice, whether they are trying to run IPv6 themselves or need to implement IPv6 for their business.
Presentations will include:
- How to setup IPv6 with 6to4 NAT
- Connecting with a Tunnel Broker or Teredo
- A Dive into IPv6 Implementation for ISP's - Is it that deep?
Later on Sunday there will be an opportunity to learn more about the Policy Development Process that was adopted 7 January 2009, and contribute your ideas at the Open Policy Hour.
Throughout the meeting, you'll have terrific opportunities to network with colleagues. On Monday evening ARIN will host a social event at the Southwest School of Art and Craft with down home dining and line dancing under the Texas stars.
Open to all attendees, the Members Meeting on Wednesday will feature ARIN department updates, Board and Advisory Council reports, and the popular open microphone session.
Take advantage of the early $100 registration fee and the special room rate at the hotel. After 13 April, 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 30 March to take advantage of the special meeting attendee rate of $159 a night!
Meeting and hotel information, along with everything ARIN XXIII-related is available at:
The agenda overview will be updated as more details are available, so check back soon often!
If you are unable to attend the meeting, you can register through the link above and take advantage of our expanded remote participation options. Register your Jabber Identifier to submit questions and comments and to raise your hand during consensus polling. ARIN will also provide a webcast and live transcript of the entire Public Policy and Members Meeting including the IPv6 tutorials and Open Policy Hour held on Sunday.
If you need any assistance or have questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you in San Antonio!
Member Services Department
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)