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See feedback from host on the routing level, indicating advanced level and topics
I quite concur there's a crowd that have done basic at the last courses in Tonga, Nadi and USP and will need advanced, even though there's also the crowd that hasn't done basic/intermediate
I also forgot that we had an earlier basic/intermediate level training there by Nurul (APNIC) in the in-country roadshow for IPv6 training in 2011 (there was a good responsive crowd for that training I recall)
Lets discuss and can ask further questions to host where needed;
-----Original Message----- From: Royderitz Tati [mailto:Royderitz.Tati@telekom.com.sb] Sent: Friday, 29 August 2014 10:54 AM To: PITA Manager Subject: RE: Venue for PacNOG 16 & RE: Call for PacNOG 16 topics
For routing let's do advanced level. There might be some participant in Solomons and around the region who might need basic level but for most of our engineers have already done the basic and I think advanced level in routing should be offered. Also can 'Campus Networking' course offered during PacNOG14 in Suva be re-offered here?
We are going to send you draft copy of the program & participants information package etc soon - anytime today or this weekend.
-----Original Message----- From: PITA Manager [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Thursday, 28 August 2014 10:24 PM To: Royderitz Tati Subject: FW: Venue for PacNOG 16 & RE: Call for PacNOG 16 topics
By default we will do routing for 2nd track Time is moving and we need to confirm tracks or else no trainers as they book their travels in advance
So if routing, do you think basic level or advanced?
What other suggestions you have?
Note we can also include supplementary sessions to cover short topics
-----Original Message----- From: PITA Manager [mailto:email@example.com] Sent: Wednesday, 27 August 2014 11:59 AM To: 'PacNOG' Subject: Venue for PacNOG 16 & RE: Call for PacNOG 16 topics
We're pleased to pre-announce the location of the next PacNOG (16) on 01-04Dec to be in the Solomon Islands which Solomon Islands Telekom (Our Telekom) is kindly arranging logistics as host. Thank you Our Telekom; we're awaiting local details.
Also so far on training track topics, tentatively on offer are:
Track 1. Linux sys-admin/IP Fundamentals 3days + network security best practices
Track 2 - still open for requests (by default IPv4/IPv6 outing/BGP - either basic level or advanced level)
Conference presentations - open for proposals on network operation & best practices topics/ encourage operational level country case stories on network development or issues
Tutorials - open for requests
Pre-registration link will be provided as soon as local details are confirmed, but feel free to contact us for early interests and for inputs/request for topics as per above
For PacNOG Coordinating Committee
Fred Christopher MANAGER Pacific Islands Telecommunications Association [PITA] P.O.Box 2027, Government Buildings Level 8, BSP-LIFE Building, 1 Thompson Street. Suva, Fiji www.pita.org.fj T (679) 3311638/ 3551334 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
-----Original Message----- From: PITA Manager [mailto:email@example.com] Sent: Tuesday, 12 August 2014 10:33 AM To: 'PacNOG' Subject: Call for PacNOG 16 topics
We're now preparing for PacNOG 16, with ongoing venue discussions and to be confirmed shortly.
In parallel to that, we need to organise for trainers, and thus the need to identify and finalise topics for the conference and training.
To kick start this process, we would now invite everyone for their inputs to the training topics that PacNOG could consider for its next session, at the PacNOG 16, from 01-05 Dec 2014.
Feel free to indicate your topics and elaborate, specify scope and level to be covered, and discuss also justifications from your contexts
Our experts and resources are in the email grouping for any further liaisons to help us arrive quickly at the priority topics and also a plan for the training contents/syllabus
Note that we will be looking at holding 2 training tracks only for that week, so the process to elaborate, specify and discuss as above will be of significant importance to quickly develop content and syllabus, as well as confirm the required trainers.
Appreciate your earliest comments and cooperation - discuss online or offline whichever is preferred - the more the merrier
Best Regards Fred Christopher For PacNOG Coordinating Committeee
-----Original Message----- From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Philip Smith Sent: Monday, 28 July 2014 1:43 AM To: PacNOG Subject: [pacnog] PacNOG 15 presentations
For those of you who missed PacNOG 15 in Vanuatu, the presentations are all now available on the meeting website:
Once again, the PacNOG coordination team would like to thank our hosts, the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO) of Vanuatu, for their willingness to host and hard work organising the 15th PacNOG conference and workshops.
We are now looking forward to PacNOG 16, to be held towards the end of this year. More news in the next month or two.
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