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IISP Congress (fwd)

  • From: Elise Gerich
  • Date: Wed Feb 22 18:11:56 1995

At the NANOG meeting in Boulder, we decided to discuss the date and location
of the next meeting on line.

Enclosed is the announcment of the IISP which has offered to host the next
NANOG meeting in San Diego on April 10, 1995.  Please send email to the list
indicating whether this would be a good date for the next meeting, and if
you would consider attending then.

If this is not a good time/place, please make recommendations to the list
or to me privately as to an alternate date/place.

Thanks.
         --Elise

> 
> ----- Begin Included Message -----
> 
> >From @snoopy.isoc.org:amr@linus.isoc.org Wed Feb 22 10:20:18 1995
> Date: Wed, 22 Feb 1995 13:11:23 -0500
> To: isoc-trustees@linus.isoc.org, isoc-advisory-council@linus.isoc.org
> From: Tony Rutkowski <amr@linus.isoc.org>
> Subject: IISP Congress
> Cc: ops-exec@linus.isoc.org
> 
> =======================================================================
>                                                             22 Feb 1994
> 
>       INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS
>                  San Diego  CA  USA  11-12 Apr 1995
>                            ANNOUNCEMENT
> 
> This worldwide congress is being jointly hosted by the Internet Society, 
> the Commercial Internet Exchange (CIX), and FARNET, Inc., in cooperation 
> with other organizations to allow Internet Service Providers and Network 
> Information Center administrators to identify and explore shared problems 
> and a broad range of alternatives in Internet provisioning and administration. 
> For the purposes of this congress, a service provider is regarded as any
> entity that itself has an Internet transport capability which it provides
> to others.
> 
> The objective of the congress is to promote a discussion framework for future 
> meetings and activities that may occur among the interested parties, as well
> as some initial convergences on major issues.  It is not intended to displace
> existing operations engineering forums.
> 
> The congress is proceeding via its programme committee to focus on key topic 
> areas, earmarking individuals to develop both an overview of the area, as well 
> as range of views on possible alternatives.  Discussants and rapporteurs will 
> be named for each session, and conference report will be widely available.  
> This report is expected to constitute a continuing and growing set of materials
> to assure the continued global scaling, universal connectivity, and effective
> operation of the Internet.
> 
> In light of the importance of this congress, the complexity of the issues,
> and the need for a robust exchange of views, the aim is to strongly
> encourage one key policy and one key technical attendee from each provider
> or NIC organization.  Space constraints may limit the number of participants.
> 
> The congress co-chairs are Scott Bradner (Internet Society and Harvard), Bob 
> Collet (Commercial Internet Exchange and Sprint), and Jim Williams (FARNet).
> 
> The congress home page is:  http://www.isoc.org/iisp/iisp-home.html
> and will provide continually updated information on the congress.
> 
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Registration Template
> 
> Organization: 	 ___________________________
> 
> 
> Internet Service Provider:                 __ Yes  __ No
> Network Administrative Center (e.g., NIC): __ Yes  __ No
> Other (type   ______________):             __ Yes  __ No 
> 
> 
> Provider policy rep
> ---------------------
> 
> Family Name:     ___________________________
>  
> First Name:      ___________________________
>   
> Title: 	         ___________________________
> 
> Street Address:  ___________________________
> 
>                  ___________________________
> 
> City: 	         ___________________________
> 
> State or Province:  _________
> 
> Postal Code: 	    _________
> 
> Country: 	    ________________________
> 
> Email: 	         ___________________________
> 
> Fax: 	         ___________________________
> 
> Telephone:       ___________________________
> 
> Preferred Badge Name: 	_______________________________
> 
> 
> Service provider technical rep
> ------------------------
> 
> Family Name:     ___________________________
>  
> First Name:      ___________________________
>   
> Title: 	         ___________________________
> 
> Street Address:  ___________________________
> 
>                  ___________________________
> 
> City: 	         ___________________________
> 
> State or Province:  _________
> 
> Postal Code: 	    _________
> 
> Country: 	    ________________________
> 
> Email: 	         ___________________________
> 
> Fax: 	         ___________________________
> 
> Telephone:       ___________________________
> 
> Preferred Badge Name: 	_______________________________
> 
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> REGISTRATION FEES
> 
> The registration fee for an organization is US$ 600.  This fee covers two
> attendees from the organization.  The aim is to have one policy and one
> technical attendee.
> 
> The registration fee for additional person from an organization is
> US$ 600 EACH.  A registration form for an additional person will be sent
> upon request.
>  
> How would you like to pay?
> 
> __ Credit card:
> 
>    __ Mastercard
>    __ Visa
>    __ American Express
> 
>    Credit Card Number: _____________________
>      Expiration Date:  _____________________
>      Name on Card:     _____________________
> 
>      Do we have your authorization to charge the indicated total 
>      against your card number?  (Type YES or Sign)
> 
>      ____________________
> 
> __ Bank Transfer:
> 
>    Send to: Riggs Bank of Virginia    Bank ABA no. 056001260
>             8315 Lee Highway          Account: Internet Society 148-387-10
>             Fairfax  VA  22031
>             USA
> 
>             Please indicate your family name, IIOC, and your organization
> 
> __ Money Order or Personal Cheque.
> 
> 
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> SEND THIS COMPLETED TEMPLATE TO:  <ops-register@linus.isoc.org> or
> 
>  FAX THIS COMPLETED TEMPLATE TO:  +1 703 648 9887
> 
> POST THIS COMPLETED TEMPLATE TO:  Internet Society
>                                   12020 Sunrise Valley Dr. Suite 270
>                                   Reston VA  22091
>                                   USA
> 
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> Hotel Registration
> ------------------
> 	Sheraton Harbor Island
> 	1380 Harbor Island Drive
> 	San Diego  CA  92101
> 	USA
> 
> 1. Contact the hotel registration directly using their reservation line: 
>    +1 619 692-2265 or fax: +1 619 692-2363
> 2. Indicate you are attending the Internet Society International Conference 
>    on Internet Operations.
> 3. Single or double occupancy rooms are $130 per night.
> 4. Most popular forms of payment are accepted for reservations.
> 
> Space is limited for this conference.  Register soon.
> 
> Thank you.
> 
> =======================================================================
> 
> 
> 
> 
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> 
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