[NANOG-announce] NANOG 63 - San Antonio - Call for Presentations is Open!

Greetings NANOG Folks,

It was great to see so many of you (~700) at NANOG 62 in Baltimore.
NANOG will hold its 63rd meeting in San Antonio, TX on February 2-4, 2015,
hosted by CyrusOne.

The NANOG Program Committee is now seeking proposals for presentations,
panels, tutorials, tracks sessions, and keynote materials for the NANOG 63
program. We invite presentations highlighting issues relating to technology
already deployed or soon-to-be deployed in the Internet, . Vendors are
encouraged to work with operators to present real-world deployment
experiences with the vendor's products and interoperability. Key dates to
track if you wish to submit a presentation:

Date Event/Deadline Oct. 27, 2014 CFP Opens for NANOG 63 Dec. 05, 2014 CFP
Deadline #1: Presentation Abstracts Due Dec. 12, 2014 CFP Topic List
Posted Jan.
02, 2015 CFP Deadline #2: Presentation Slides Due Jan. 09, 2015 Meeting
Agenda Published Jan. 30, 2015 Speaker FINAL presentations to PCTool or
speaker-support Feb. 02, 2015 Lightning Talk Submissions Open (Abstracts
NANOG 63 submissions are welcome on the Program Committee Site
<https://pc.nanog.org/> or email me if you have questions.

See the detailed NANOG63 Call for Presentations
<https://www.nanog.org/meetings/nanog63/callforpresentations> for more

Let's see each other in San Antonio where, apparently, the typical high
temps in February are 65F/18C.


Tony Tauber
Chair, Program Committee
North American Network Operator Group (NANOG)

Hi folks,

I'm writing as a reminder that the NANOG Program Committee is still
soliciting proposals for NANOG63.
This Friday, December 5th, is when we'd like to have at least an Abstract
posted to the PC Tool <https://pc.nanog.org> website.
The Abstract needn't be that detailed but then we on the PC can reach out
to you and work to help develop your ideas.
If it's possible to post some draft slides as well, that would help us

In either case, don't worry at this point that the submission is finalized
or polished; that can come later.

We look forward to hearing from you.
As always, send questions either to the PC <nanogpc@nanog.org> or to me.