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Just a reminder, if you are interested in serving on the APRICOT 2010 PC, please drop an e-mail to email@example.com before the end of this Friday!!
Many thanks to everyone who has volunteered so far.
-------- Original Message -------- Subject: [apops] APRICOT programme committee - call for volunteers Date: Mon, 20 Jul 2009 15:06:26 +1000 From: Philip Smith firstname.lastname@example.org Organization: Cisco Systems To: email@example.com
APRICOT Programme Committee ---------------------------
The APRICOT Programme Committee is responsible for the solicitation and selection of suitable presentation and tutorial content for the annual APRICOT conference (www.apricot.net).
A new APRICOT PC is selected every year. For APRICOT 2010 and future events, the APIA Board will be responsible for the selection of the PC. To that end, the Board is now seeking nominations.
Eligible candidates are those who have attended APRICOT in the recent past, have broad technical knowledge of Internet operations, and have some reasonable familiarity with the format of APRICOT meetings. Having constructive opinions and ideas about how the programme for APRICOT might be improved is of high value too. PC members are expected to either work actively to solicit content for APRICOT, or review submissions, or preferably both. The PC meets by conference call, weekly in frequency during December and January, in the run up to APRICOT.
If you are interested in nominating yourself or someone else, please send a brief note to firstname.lastname@example.org. The note should include the nominee's contact details (including e-mail address), and a brief description of why (in your opinion) the nominee would be a good addition to the PC.
The APIA Board will accept nominations received by Friday 21st August 2009, and will announce the new PC by Monday 31st August.
Philip Smith & Jonny Martin (for the APIA Board)