[arin-announce] Sign-up for ARIN XVIII Open Policy Hour and Remote Participation

Member Services info at arin.net
Fri Sep 29 13:07:42 EDT 2006

The Open Policy Hour

Sign up today to be among the first to present ideas at The Open Policy 
Hour, Tuesday, 10 October 2006, from 6:00 - 7:00 PM (CDT) at ARIN XVIII 
in St. Louis.

If you have a policy proposal for which you would like to receive 
feedback prior to submitting it to the community on the PPML, here is 
your opportunity. Those who sign up by 6 October will be given the first 
opportunity to speak. Simply send an e-mail to policy at arin.net with your 
name, organization, and a general description of your policy subject 
that you wish to present in a short presentation. Everyone is invited to 
attend the session and raise ideas and suggestions. You do not need to 
have a formal presentation in order to participate. Signing up just 
guarantees you the opportunity to present.

Information on this and other sessions is available at:


Remote Participation

To register for remote participation, please register through the 
Meeting Registration link available at http://www.arin.net/ARIN-XVIII/ 
and choose "Remote Participant - ARIN XVIII " from the drop-down. 
Registration for this will close by 11:59 PM (EDT), 9 October 2006. 

Comments received during the meeting from remote participants will be 
moderated and presented during normal question and answer periods. ARIN 
will use e-mail to provide the interactive portion of the remote 
participation effort. All remote participants are subject to the Remote 
Participation Acceptable Use Policy (AUP).

Additional information about remote participation, including the Remote 
Participation AUP, is available at:


We look forward to your participation in ARIN XVIII. Meeting details are 
available at http://www.arin.net/ARIN-XVIII/.

Please contact Member Services at info at arin.net if you have any 


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