If you are at the Internet Society’s Global INET event happening in Geneva right now, you still have a chance to meet Richard Jimmerson and Megan Kruse from the team behind the Deploy360 Programme. Here’s a photo of them (looking sharp!) by the banner for our program.
Megan and Richard have been having great conversations with people about IPv6 and DNSSEC and are still very interested in talking to more folks. If you are there at Global INET, please do say hello to them!
Also, IF YOU ARE A GLOBAL INET ATTENDEE, please check out the IPv6-only network available at the event. If you connect to the network and go to ipv6.internetsociety.org you will be able to register for a raffle we’ll be doing after the Global INET is over. The site is ONLY available over IPv6, so you’ll need to get on the IPv6-only network. Information about how to connect is available at the Internet Society booth there at Global INET.
The Global INET event has been great so far and Megan and Richard are looking forward to continuing more discussions about how to deploy IPv6 and DNSSEC. If you haven’t met with them yet, please do seek them out!
P.S. Please note that the raffle on the ipv6.internetsociety.org site is only for Global INET attendees, but anyone else is welcome to connect to that site over IPv6 and see the links to resources.