[ipv6-wg] RIPE 62 working group session
Marco Hogewoning marcoh at marcoh.net
Tue Feb 22 12:33:18 CET 2011
Dear Colleagues, Registration for the RIPE 62 meeting, which takes place from 2 till 6 May in Amsterdam (NL). As you may have noticed the IPv6 working group is missing from the meeting plan. This is not an error, but an intentional change to the agenda. After some discussion with the working group chairs collective and other stakeholders, we concluded that the IPv4 run out and the associated need to deploy IPv6 will most likely be a very hot topic on this upcoming meeting. It has therefor been decided that the time originally allocated for our working group would be added to the plenary program. Any interesting IPv6 topics, and I'm sure there are many, will be placed in the plenary schedule. At the same time, the closing plenary on Friday morning will host a "IPv6 roundup". In this session we will discuss the outcome of the meeting, based on input received from the working groups and presentations or comments during the plenary sessions. In other words, no need to panic. The IPv6 working group will be present, although not in a formal setting this time. If you have any interesting information on IPv6 deployment, interactions between IPv4 and IPv6 and deployment of transitioning techniques. Please consider presenting about it on this meeting and send a short description of what you like to present together with your contact details to ipv6-wg-chairs at ripe dot net. See you in Amsterdam, The IPv6 working group chairs, Marco, Shane and David.
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