Posted: Friday, 1 October 2010
The ARIN XXVI Public Policy and Members Meeting is next week in Atlanta, featuring a wide variety of presentations and important policy discussion. If you want a sneak preview, all handouts for ARIN XXVI are now available for download at:
Can’t attend the meeting in person? No problem! ARIN XXVI also offers many remote participation features. The entire ARIN XXVI Meeting, including the premeeting activities, will be webcast. ARIN offers additional remote participation options, including a live transcript and chat rooms.
The live transcript will record all presentations and discussions from the meeting floor, so you can read along to enhance your meeting viewing. There will also be a variety of chat room options available to registered remote participants. Remote registration is free and all remote registrants will be listed on the ARIN website as online attendees. To learn more about the ARIN meeting remote participation services please go to:
To ensure your access to these services, register now by going to "Register for ARIN XXVI" at https://www.arin.net/ARIN-XXVI/ and choose "ARIN XXVI Remote Participant" from the drop-down. The form must be completed in order to access the meeting Jabber chat rooms. Registration is not required for the webcast and live transcript
Remote participants who pre-register their Jabber Identifiers (JIDs) will have access to the restricted chat rooms from the start of the meeting. You can register a JID at any time, but new participants will only be added during scheduled meeting breaks. Be sure to review the agenda at:
We look forward to your participation.
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