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An updated agenda for NANOG44 has been posted at:
you might notice that this NANOG features:
* Keynote by Vint Cerf of Google
* More tutorials than you can shake a stick at
* A panel of Internet Luminaries addressing the current
addressing situation from a historical perspective
* A surfeit of IPv6 content (with some more likely before the
* Lots of other great, operational presentations
So I would humbly suggest that you (collectively) register for NANOG44
as quickly as possible. Discounted registration ends in less than two
weeks, so save yourself $75 and get registered. You know you're going
to go, so just go already.
I would *strongly* suggest you reserve a hotel room if you have not
already. The last several NANOGs all available discounted rooms in
the room block have gone very quickly.
Note that the program is now effectively full (there are 2-3 slots
left that are saved for conditionally accepted talks that are already
in progress or any presentations dealing with late-breaking events,
but the event would have to be exceptionally significant and
interesting). If you didn't submit for this NANOG conference, please
consider submitting a presentation for NANOG45.
See y'all (that's "yinz" in Pittsburgh in LA.