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Re: Draft agenda for RIPE58

  • To: Nick Hyrka nick@localhost
  • From: Henk Uijterwaal henk@localhost
  • Date: Mon, 04 May 2009 11:06:01 +0200
  • Cc: RIPE NCC Meeting Coordinator meeting@localhost, RIPE NCC Webmaster webmaster@localhost, tt-wg@localhost, tt-host@localhost, Ian.Meikle@localhost

Dear Colleagues,

There has been one change to the agenda for Friday.

The TT-WG will meet at RIPE58 on Friday morning, 9:00-10:30.  The current
agenda is:

1. Administrativia (5')

2. TTM status update from the RIPE NCC (Ruben van Staveren, 10')

3. Measuring Bandwidth/Andrei Shukov (15')

4. TNO IPv6 monitoring presentation and discussion (15')
   Follow-up from presentation at the plenary.

On request of the speaker, this talk has been moved to the IPv6 session on

5. Doubletree/Tony McGregor (20')
   A brief introduction to double-tree, an optimisation technique for
   systems that have a multiple probes probing to multiple destinations.
   The technique (which is not my work) is presented in

6. DAR/Tony McGregor (15')
   DAR (Diverse Aspect Resource) is a project to investigate the
   feasibility of building an active measurement system with the ability
   to support in the order of 100,000 nodes.  The probes are expected to
   be small (cheap) "token" computers.

7. AOB

Comments, questions?  Please let us know!

If you are listed as a speaker, then please send us your slides by Thursday
lunchtime, in order to be able to upload them for remote participants.
Note that all slots include a few minutes for Q&A at the end.

Ian & Henk

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