On the final day of ARIN 35 in San Francisco we wrapped up with a Members Meeting that was open to the entire ARIN community – onsite and online. Throughout the morning we heard an update on the ARIN fees and services and took questions and comments from attendees. We received departmental reports from Communications and Member Services, Engineering, Financial Services, Human Resources and Administration, and Registration Services.
Thanks for joining us for our second daily recap about what happened today at ARIN 35. Kicking off the morning, we heard updates from the Number Resource Organization (NRO) comprising the five Regional Internet Registries (RIRs). We also viewed many worldwide Internet number resources statistics on ASN, IPv4, and IPv6 allocations and assignments.
Today ARIN’s Public Policy Meeting took place in the Golden Gate City bringing together Internet community members from across the region and around the globe to talk about the policies that determine how Internet number resources are distributed. To start the day off, we heard from the Advisory Council Chair about on-docket proposals.
Only a few days are left until ARIN 35 takes to San Francisco. We’re getting excited and hope you are too! Coming to their first ARIN Public Policy and Members meeting are five fellows who are eager to learn more and dive into policy discussions at ARIN 35. Get to know the ARIN 35 fellowship recipients so you can be sure to say hi and strike up a conversation with these outstanding individuals.
Some may say I’m crazy, and a few of them would be right, but I’ve long tracked the growth of IPv6 given that I worked at Comcast for a number of years and my manager was instrumental in the Comcast push into IPv6. As a result it’s been fairly well drummed into me that this is something we all have to tackle at some point, or else the results of inaction will tackle everyone to the ground.
Believe it or not, the day has come when your coffee machine could know what exactly what kind of coffee you like to drink depending on the cup you’re using, the time of day, and a multitude of other factors. Earlier this year, the Nordic Semiconductor team demonstrated a smart coffee machine at CES that brewed coffee over IPv6. But coffee machines aren’t the only place where innovation is possible.
From the Twitterverse
- Hear ARIN CEO on the #IANAtransition at #SSIGLAC2015 South School on Internet Governance @SSIGLAC Live broadcast: http://t.co/5iKGAiXr3O
- @JeffCarrell_v6 not this time around, but we're happy to see your Build Your Own IPv6 Lab session on the agenda! Looks like fun
- Why the journey to IPv6 is the road less traveled @sdlawsonmedia http://t.co/viwOmVX9AD http://t.co/HLmSThjvZ2
- Join us tomorrow for our session on #IPv6 planning, deployment & troubleshooting! http://t.co/zmYYGiF108 #CLUS http://t.co/NKFe4aHtsw
- Thanks to everyone who participated in #ARIN35 last week! For a quick recap of what happened on each day check out: http://t.co/cu91rSRR1i
- 1 week to CaribNOG9 in Castries, St Lucia Apr 27th to May 1st Check out the Agenda and Register now!... http://t.co/oNW6fL0was
- Connect to the whole #Internet with #IPv6! http://t.co/osfZinWFtK #get6 http://t.co/X3YIMsfAp7
- Recently read about #IPv6 in an annual report from a company on the stock market. Preparness for IPv4 shortage is in investor spotlight now!
- RT @sgdickinson #GCCS2015 #netgov @icann_president: This year, UNGA decides future of @intgovforum. Support IGF.
- How was your #ARIN35 experience? Please take our meeting survey to let us know: https://t.co/lLDTtkPNlr
- ARIN is hiring! ISO Network and Systems Administrators. http://t.co/8VKFgCxTuZ Come join our team!
- Looking for a copy of the presentations given at #ARIN35? All are available at: http://t.co/1P9tb3Mjij
- #Get6! http://t.co/FFwcMKoPE5 #ARIN35 http://t.co/8Ao0kpkkWe
- Looking forward to the IPv6 summit next week! https://t.co/ePp0VcXOAB
- Community consultation on Internet Routing Registry (IRR) service is still open for your input: https://t.co/FTKEJU3Pjt
- Though consumers may not notice the shift http://t.co/fVUntUYbRI #IPv6 is expected to be a critical change for the Internet via @CIOonline
- Wondering what happened at #ARIN35 this week? Check out our daily recap blog posts: http://t.co/cu91rSRR1i
- Thanks! Glad you could join us https://t.co/aCKHWucdCf
- Mark your calendars 8-9 October 2015 for #ARIN36 in Montréal, Québec #ARIN35
- [New Blog] ARIN 35 Members Meeting Daily Recap - By Jennifer Bly, Public Relations and Social Media Coordinator, A... http://t.co/XeX4tA4H0S