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    IP Numbers ITU Tutorial on IPv6
    posted by michael on Friday April 19 2002, @07:59AM

    The ITU will be 'hosting' a Tutorial Workshop on IPv6 on May 6, 2002. It is free and open to all. If you can get there. Details at at the ITU workshop web site. There is an online tutorial paper by no less than John Klensin, but only in a proprietary document format. Wouln't it be nice if the ITU put all these materials online in non-proprietary formats? Like HTML?



    Even better, wouldn't it be nice if all the conference materials were online? Oh, well. At least we can e-mail the ITU without using X.400....

    For those who cannot read Word 2000 documents, here's the content of the "Convening Letter (TSB Circular 87):

    Subject: Tutorial Workshop on IPv6(Geneva, 6 May 2002)

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    1 I am pleased to announce that a Tutorial Workshop on IPv6 will take place at ITU headquarters, Geneva, on 6 May 2002.

    2 The workshop will open at 0900 hours. Detailed information concerning the meeting rooms will be displayed on screens at the entrances to ITU headquarters. Registration will take place from 0830 hours in the second basement level of the ITU Tower Building.

    3 The Workshop will take place in English only. No interpretation will be provided.

    4 A draft programme of the workshop may be found in Annex 1. The short curricula vitae of some of the speakers will shortly be available on the ITU-T website http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/worksem/ipv6.

    5 The present Circular and other documents relating to the workshop will be available on the ITU-T website mentioned above.

    6 For your convenience, a hotel confirmation form is enclosed as Annex 2 (see TSB Circular 28 of 15 February 2001 for the list of hotels).

    7 In order to enable the TSB to make the necessary arrangements concerning the documentation and organization of the Workshop, I should be grateful if you would send me, by letter or fax (No.: +41 22 730 5853), as soon as possible, but no later than 8 April 2002, the list of people who will be representing your Administration, Sector Member, Associate, regional and/or international organization or other entity. The registration form in Annex 3, duly completed (one per participant), should be attached to the above-mentioned list. You may also send the registration form to the email address: tsbreg@itu.int .

    8 We would remind you that citizens of some countries are required to obtain a visa in order to enter and spend any time in Switzerland. The visa must be requested and obtained from the office (embassy or consulate) representing Switzerland in your country or, if there is no such office in your country, from the one that is closes to the country of departure. If problems are encountered, the Union can, at the official request of the administration or company you represent, approach the competent Swiss authorities in order to facilitate delivery of the visa. Any such request must specify the name and functions of the individual(s) for whom the visa(s) is/are requested and be accompanied by a copy of the registration form approved by the ITU conference or meeting in question.

    Yours faithfully,

    H. Zhao
    Director of the Telecommunication
    Standardization Bureau

     
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    Re: ITU Tutorial on IPv6
    by rhill on Tuesday April 23 2002, @09:44PM (#5949)
    User #3320 Info | http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/
    The full tutorial material (presentations by the speakers) will be posted on the public web site as it is received and will remain accessible to the public after the workshop.

    Richard Hill
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