FW: DNSSEC at APRICOT
steve at shinkuro.com
Tue Jul 27 23:37:29 EDT 2004
Here's an important approach from Apricot. Also, let's talk about
putting on a DNSSEC tutorial at ICANN in Cape Town in December.
From: Steve Crocker [mailto:steve at stevecrocker.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 27, 2004 11:36 PM
To: 'Paul Wilson'
Cc: steve at shinkuro.com
Subject: RE: DNSSEC at APRICOT
I am delighted with your note and I am also exhausted at this hour -- I
caught some bug on the way home and have am only partly recovered -- so
I'll keep this at the summary level and work on details later. We very
much want to have a very strong involvement with Apricot re DNSSEC, so
the short answer is roughly, "yes, we'll take everything." The timing
looks good and it's indeed absolutely vital to engage the AP community.
I'll bring this to the attention of the steering group tomorrow and
we'll provide a more detailed response.
Many thanks. This is exactly the right thing.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Wilson [mailto:pwilson at apnic.net]
> Sent: Tuesday, July 27, 2004 11:07 PM
> To: steve at stevecrocker.com
> Subject: Re: DNSSEC at APRICOT
> Hi again Steve.
> Since we didn't catch up again in KL, perhaps youcould give me your
> thoughts on how you would see the DNSSEC topic addressed at APRICOT?
> Some or all of these may be possible:
> - keynote from you on general Internet security matters,
> and/or DNSSEC
> deployment project
> - conference presentation on DNSSEC deployment project (if
> not keynote)
> - conference presentation on details of DNSSEC
> - tutorial (eg 1/2) on DNSSEC for DNS amdinistrators
> - DNSSEC content in extended DNS workshop (normally 4 days)
> Given that we have a lot of support for DNSSEC from the likes of ARIN
> and RIPE NCC staff, I expect that the technical content for
> and workshops will be covered anyway and will likely go ahead in some
> form. However if there is funding available which could help
> with (for
> instance) speaker expenses or fellowship to assist attendees
> in coming
> to APRICOT for these sessions, that would be very good.
> If you would like to give a general keynote and/or conference
> presentations on the deployment projectm that wold also be good. You
> are probably aware that APRICOT is a technical conference, so in both
> cases, a reasonable level of technical detail; would be expected.
> Interested in your thoughts before I contact the programme committee.
> Paul Wilson wrote:
> > Hi Steve
> > the dates for APRICOT 2005 are 16-25 February, in Kyoto,
> Japan. This
> > period includes a week of preconference workshops, 2 days
> of tutorials
> > and 2 days of conference. Website is
> http://www.2005.apricot.net/ but
> > no real details available yet.
> > I'm on the programme committee for the meeting, and I'm sure that
> > there
> > would be a lot of interest in accomodating DNSSEC content.
> Before I
> > propose anything, I'd like to discuss more about what types
> of sessoins
> > might be involved, such as conference presentatoins,
> tutorials (normally
> > half-day), or a workshops (normally a 4-day).
> > If we can discuss sometime this week (during your slack period on
> > Wed/Thu perhaps) that would be good, otherwise let me know
> your thoughts
> > by email.
> > Thanks,
> > Paul.
> > BTW I carried your message to the APTLD meeting, but they were note
> > able
> > to make a time to meet with you. It seems they preferred
> to wait to see
> > your presentatin to the ccnso (on tuesday?) and perhaps arrange
> > something with you after that.
> Paul Wilson, Director-General, APNIC
> <dg at apnic.net>
> http://www.apnic.net ph/fx +61 7
> 3858 3100/99
> See you at APNIC-18! Nadi, Fiji, 31 Aug -
> 3 Sep 2004
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