[sig-db] FW: APNIC 18 - Call for proposals

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      This message is being sent on behalf of the SIG-DB chair, Prof. Xing Li.
      Save Vocea
      APNIC Secretariat
      -----Original Message-----
      From: Xing Li [mailto:xing at cernet dot edu dot cn] 
      Sent: Wednesday, 16 June 2004 2:44 PM
      To: sig-db at apnic dot net
      Subject: APNIC 18 - Call for proposals
      [Apologies for duplicate posts]
      APNIC 18 - Call for proposals
        18th APNIC Open Policy Meeting
        31 August - 3 September 2004
        Nadi, Fiji
      Dear Colleagues,
      The next Special Interest Group (SIG) meetings will be held in Nadi,
      Fiji during APNIC's 18th Open Policy Meeting. The SIGs are open fora for
      discussing technical, policy and operational issues relating to the
      management of Internet resources within the Asia Pacific region.
      This e-mail is a request for contributions. Policy proposals and
      presentations are welcome from anyone interested in the management of
      Internet Resources in the Asia Pacific region.
      There are two types of presentations that can be made at a SIG.
      There are policy proposals (P) or informational (I) presentations.
      Policy proposals need to be submitted to the appropriate SIG mailing
      list in text 4 weeks in advance of the meeting. Requests to give an
      informational presentation can be made at any time to the SIG chair.
      If you would like to make a proposal to a SIG at the meeting in Fiji,
      please do so by 4 August 2004, using the online form at:
      Alternatively you can send your proposal in TEXT format to the
      appropriate SIG, cc'ing <sig at apnic dot net>. Proposals will be forwarded to
      the appropriate SIG mailing list by the Secretariat. The chairs and
      co-chairs of the appropriate SIGs will review the proposals.
      Requirements for Policy proposals
      Submissions should be:
      - in TEXT format
      - received no later than 4 August 2004
      - relevant to the SIG
      SIG archives and guidelines for presenters, including useful
      information, helpful hints, and sample presentation templates are
      available at:
      Agenda slots will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis, so a
      timely submission of your proposal would be welcome and to your
      More information
      SIG chairs can be contacted at:
          * Address policy SIG   <sig-policy-chair at apnic dot net>
          * Database SIG         <sig-db-chair at apnic dot net>
          * DNS operations SIG   <sig-dns-chair at apnic dot net>
          * IPv6 technical SIG   <sig-ipv6-chair at apnic dot net>
          * IX SIG               <sig-ix-chair at apnic dot net>
          * NIR SIG              <sig-nir-chair at apnic dot net>
          * Routing SIG          <sig-routing-chair at apnic dot net>
      APNIC Secretariat                              <secretariat at apnic dot net>
      Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC)   Tel: +61-7-3858-3100
      PO Box 2131 Milton, QLD 4064 Australia            Fax: +61-7-3858-3199
      Level 1, 33 Park Road, Milton, QLD                http://www.apnic.net
      See you at APNIC 18
      Nadi, Fiji, 31 August - 3 September 2004        www.apnic.net/meetings