[AFRI-Discuss] REMINDER: DOODLE / Community Call on IPv6
ICANN At-Large Staff
staff at atlarge.icann.org
Wed Feb 23 13:57:37 UTC 2011
This is to remind that the Doodle for the community call on IPv6 will remain
open until 24 February at 2359 UTC (see details attached below).
Please complete the attached Doodle poll to find a suitable time on either
March 2nd, 3rd or 4th:
green = have time
yellow = could make time if absolutely necessary
red = do not have time
If you require interpretation for this call, please note the language next
to your name on the Doodle poll - example: "name" + (ES) or
(FR).Interpretation will only be provided if there is sufficient demand.
Heidi Ullrich, Matthias Langenegger, Seth Greene, Gisella Gruber-White,
Marilyn Vernon, Kristina Nordström
ICANN At-Large Staff
On 21/02/2011 12:52, "ICANN At-Large Staff" <staff at atlarge.icann.org> wrote:
> Dear All,
> Following the recent news on IPv6, the At-Large Staff has been asked to
> organize a community briefing call on the issue.
> Leo Vegoda, Operational Excellence Officer IANA at ICANN, will talk about the
> transition from IPv4 to IPv6 and touch on several issues, including:
> Historical/Technical Aspects
> * Brief history of IPv4/IPv6
> * Difference between IPv6 and IPv4
> * Current status of the transition
> * Operational aspects/Technical challenges
> Policy Aspects
> * ICANN’s Role in the transition from IPv4 to IPv6
> * Current policy situation and future challenges
> * How are Internet users affected by the transition?
> * Practical steps for At-Large to help with the implementation of IPv6
> The teleconference will be moderated by the ALAC Chair, Olivier Crépin-Leblond
> and take about 45 60 minutes. Following the presentation, the participants
> will have the opportunity to engage in a discussion on IPv6 with Leo and
> Please complete the attached Doodle poll to find a suitable time on either
> March 2nd, 3rd or 4th:
> green = have time
> yellow = could make time if absolutely necessary
> red = do not have time
> If you require interpretation for this call, please note the language next to
> your name on the Doodle poll - example: "name" + (ES) or (FR).Interpretation
> will only be provided if there is sufficient demand.
> This Doodle poll will close on Thursday 24 February at 2359 UTC. The date and
> time will be confirmed shortly thereafter.
> Thank you.
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