[menog] Fwd: MENOG 14 Call for Presentations, Dubai, March 2014
Osama I. Al-Dosary
dosary at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 6 13:11:59 UTC 2014
This is a reminder for the MENOG 14 Call for Presentations.
We still have a lot of room for talks, so please consider presenting at
MENOG14 (you can upload your slides to the submission system -- link below.)
Also, please forward this announcement to colleagues who might be able
to participate and share knowledge.
I look forward to seeing you in Dubai.
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Subject: MENOG 14 Call for Presentations, Dubai, March 2014
Date: Sat, 26 Oct 2013 10:49:16 +0400
From: Osama I. Al-Dosary <dosary at yahoo.com>
To: menog-announce at menog.org
Salaam MENOG Community
Are you an experienced network operator willing to share your expertise
and unique insight with peers in the Middle East? Or have you a great
idea or new concept you'd like to share with your colleagues?
MENOG 14 takes place from 23 March to 1 April 2014 in Dubai. The
program includes workshops (23-27 March), plenary conference (30-31
March) and technical tutorials (1 April).
The MENOG Program Committee (PC) is seeking submissions from network
operators, researchers and technology specialists in the Middle East to
teach a technical tutorial or lead a workshop and/or give a technical
presentation during the conference.
Potential topic areas could include:
HTTP and non-HTTP content filtering; anti-spam
Internationalized Domain Names (IDN) and localization
NREN (National Research and Education Networks)
ISP operations, peering and Internet Exchange Points
ISP network security
Data Centers, applications and services
DNS and DNSsec
IP Address Management
If you would like to participate in the MENOG 14 program, please
submit your proposal AND draft slides to our submission system for
Guidelines for Submissions:
- When considering a presentation or tutorial, remember that the MENOG
audience is mainly comprised of technical network operators and
engineers with varying experience levels.
- Tutorials should focus on teaching core skills and basic knowledge.
A tutorial session is 90-minutes or 180-minutes long.
- Conference presentations should address issues that ISPs and network
operators could face over the next 12-18 months in their day-to-day
operations. Conference presenters should plan for a 25-minute
presentation followed by a 5-minute Q&A period.
- Please note that marketing/commercial content will not be
considered. The presenter should come from a technical background,
Deadline and Notification of Accepted Presentations:
The deadline to submit is 23 February 2014.
The MENOG PC (Program Committee) will confirm whether your
presentation proposal is accepted before 1 March 2014.
Late submissions that are exceptionally timely or of critical
operational importance will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Funding and Support:
MENOG is a not-for-profit event that aims to keep the cost of
attending as low as possible for attendees. For this reason, MENOG is
unable to subsidize the cost of travel for speakers.
On behalf of the coordination committee.
More information about the Menog