Keith Mitchell | 1 May 14:34 2010
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Re: uknof16 videos?

Colin Petrie wrote:

> Is there any chance that the videos for UKNOF16 could be posted 
> online soon? I know a few people who would be interested in seeing 
> some of the presentations who were unable to watch them live at the 
> time.

These will be available when Tom and Brandon have had a chance to edit
and upload the webcast material.

> Also, there was mention when the last videos were posted that there 
> was no dedicated server for this, we (at $work) would be willing to 
> offer a server for this cause if it would help.

Thanks - there were various offers at the time, and we decided to accept
the offer from Portfast which was simplest with Tom doing the webcast.
Having said that, since that discussion I this week had the chance to
significantly upgrade the disk space and RAM on the UKNOF server so the
option of hosting them with the other UKNOF content is now available.
Hopefully there will be a chance in time for the video archives of
previous years' meetings to make it there too.

Keith

Joe Abley | 3 May 14:17 2010
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Root Zone DNSSEC Deployment Technical Status Update

Root Zone DNSSEC Deployment
Technical Status Update 2010-05-03

This is the fifth of a series of technical status updates intended
to inform a technical audience on progress in signing the root zone
of the DNS.

**  The final transition to the DURZ will take place on
**  J-Root, on 2010-05-05 between 1700--1900 UTC.
**
**  After that maintenance all root servers will be serving the
**  DURZ, and will generate larger responses to DNS
**  queries that request DNSSEC information.
**
**  If you experience technical problems or need to contact
**  technical project staff, please send e-mail to rootsign@...
**  or call the ICANN DNS NOC at +1 310 301 5817, e-mail preferred
**  if possible.
**
**  See below for more details.

RESOURCES

Details of the project, including documentation published to date,
can be found at <http://www.root-dnssec.org/>.

We'd like to hear from you. If you have feedback for us, please
send it to rootsign@...

DEPLOYMENT STATUS
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Joe Abley | 5 May 23:22 2010
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Root Zone DNSSEC Deployment Technical Status Update

Root Zone DNSSEC Deployment
Technical Status Update 2010-05-05

This is the sixth of a series of technical status updates intended
to inform a technical audience on progress in signing the root zone
of the DNS.

**  The final transition to a signed root zone took place today
**  on J-Root, between 1700--1900 UTC.
**
**  All root servers are now serving a signed root zone.
**
**  All root servers will now generate larger responses to DNS
**  queries that request DNSSEC information.
**
**  If you experience technical problems or need to contact
**  technical project staff, please send e-mail to rootsign@...
**  or call the ICANN DNS NOC at +1 310 301 5817, e-mail preferred
**  if possible.
**
**  See below for more details.

RESOURCES

Details of the project, including documentation published to date,
can be found at <http://www.root-dnssec.org/>.

We'd like to hear from you. If you have feedback for us, please
send it to rootsign@...

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Andrea Cima | 11 May 11:45 2010
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New IPv4 blocks allocated to RIPE NCC


[Apologies for duplicate mails]

Dear Colleagues,

The RIPE NCC received the IPv4 address ranges 31/8 and 176/8 from the
IANA in May 2010. We will begin allocating from these ranges in the
near future.

The minimum allocation size for these two /8s has been set at /21.

You may wish to adjust any filters you have in place accordingly.

More information on the IP space administered by the RIPE NCC
can be found on our web site at:

<https://www.ripe.net/ripe/docs/ripe-ncc-managed-address-space.html>

Additionally, please note that three "pilot" prefixes will be announced
from each /8. The prefixes are:

31.0.0.0/16
31.1.0.0/21
31.1.24.0/24

176.0.0.0/16
176.1.0.0/21
176.1.24.0/24

They all originate in AS12654.
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Arnold Nipper | 11 May 23:41 2010
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DENOG 2 - Call for Participation and Papers

DENOG 2 - Call for Participation and Papers

The second meeting of the German Network Operators Group (DENOG) will be
held in Frankfurt, Germany on the 4th of November 2010. We are pleased
to hereby invite applications for presentations or lightning talks to be
held at this event.

General Information
===================
DENOG is a community for professionals within Germany who are operating,
designing or researching the Internet. It provides a technical forum
where those working on, with and for the Internet can come together to
solve problems with every aspect of their (net)work.

The meeting is designed to provide an opportunity for the exchange of
information among network operators, engineers, researchers and other
professionals close to the network community.

More information about DENOG (in German) can be found at
  http://www2.denog.de/
Information about the meeting will be published at
  http://www.denog.de/.

Meeting Countdown
=================
What                                   When
------------------------------------------------------
Publication of Call for Papers         May 11th, 2010
Deadline for all submissions           August 15th, 2010
Beginning of Registration Period       August 16th, 2010
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Joe Abley | 18 May 19:12 2010
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Root Zone DNSSEC Deployment Technical Status Update

Root Zone DNSSEC Deployment
Technical Status Update 2010-05-17

This is the seventh of a series of technical status updates intended
to inform a technical audience on progress in signing the root zone
of the DNS.

CHANGE IN DEPLOYMENT SCHEDULE

The date for the publication of the root zone trust anchor and the
distribution of a validatable, signed root zone originally planned
for 2010-07-01 has been changed.

This final stage of root DNSSEC deployment is now scheduled to take
place on 2010-07-15.

The schedule change is intended to allow ICANN and VeriSign an
additional two weeks for further analysis of the DURZ rollout, to
finalise testing and best ensure the secure, stable and resilient
implementation of the root DNSSEC production processes and systems.

Prior to 2010-07-15 the U.S. Department of Commerce (DoC) will issue
a public notice announcing the publication of the joint ICANN-VeriSign
testing and evaluation report as well as the intent to proceed with
the final stage of DNSSEC deployment. As part of this notice the
DoC will include a public review and comment period prior to taking
any action.

This change has been reflected in the deployment plan and other
documentation, and updated documents will be published at
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Gmane