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PRIDE COURSE

  • From: Tony Bates < >
  • Date: Wed, 27 Apr 1994 19:10:21 +0200


	           Announcing the first PRIDE course
                   ---------------------------------

	This is a preliminary announcement for the forthcoming PRIDE course.
The course will be based around the first edition of the PRIDE guide (to be 
available within the next two weeks). The course will be a one day course.

The course is aimed at Service Providers with the following benefits:

 o Gain a better understanding of routing policy techniques.

 o Understanding of the concept of a Routing Registry.

 o Learn how to use/maintain routing policy information in the routing
   registry.

 o Learn how to use the PRIDE tools to diagnose and check routing policy 
   problems.

 o Give Service Providers a chance to feedback ideas on the routing registry
   and the tools that are needed now and in the future.

This will be a "first" course and participant feedback will be appreciated.
It will also give participants a firsthand look at newest developments
around the routing registry and associated tools.

This first course will be held here in Amsterdam. Unfortunately, time does not
permit this to be held in conjunction with the RIPE meeting. The proposed
dates fall into three options.

Option 1: Monday 30th May 09:30 - 17:00
Option 2: Monday 30th May 13:00 - Tuesday 31st May 12:00
Option 3: Tuesday 31st May 09:30 - 17:00

The course will be funded by the PRIDE project and thus be free of charge.
Space is limited and reservations will be taken on a first-come-first-served
basis.
The definite times will be announced by 14th May.
Attendees from the PRIDE funding organisations will be given preference.

If you are interested in attending this course please fill in the questionnaire
below and return to "pride@localhost".
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COURSE QUESTIONNAIRE:

NAME:
AFFILIATION:
E-MAIL:
OPTION:




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