[CRISP-TEAM] Looking for a speaker @Middle East DNS Forum

Izumi Okutani izumi at nic.ad.jp
Fri Feb 13 19:18:48 CET 2015


The the Middle East DNS Forum is looking for a speaker about the numbers 

It is an event co-organized by ICANN and ISOC - the idea is to have 
someone from ICG and each operational communities to share about the 

I personally think it would be good opportunity to share our proposal to 
the Middle East community.

If you agree, do you have any recommendation for the speaker who can 
attend this event in Jordan on 9-10 March?

The speaker does not have to be from the CRISP Team as long as well 
informed and can speak about the numbers proposal.


-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: Middle East DNS Forum
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2015 15:31:58 +0000
From: Baher Esmat <baher.esmat at icann.org>
To: Izumi Okutani <izumi at nic.ad.jp>

Hi Izumi,

I saw you from a distance here in Singapore, so could not say hi. Hope all
is well.

I¹m writing to you with regard to the second edition of the Middle East DNS
Forum which will take place in Amman, Jordan on 9-10 March 2015. There is a
session on the agenda dedicated to the IANA Transition Stewardship. The
session is envisioned to cover the role of the ICG, the work of the naming
community, the numbering community, and the protocol parameter community. I
reached out to RIPE NCC and asked them to participate in this session to
talk about the work of CRISP but they won¹t be abel to make it. Do you have
any suggestions for someone from the region or close to the region (Europe)
who can participate in this session?

The agenda of the forum can be found online at
<http://amman2015.mednsf.org/en/agenda/> . More on the forum can be found
athttp://amman2015.mednsf.org/en/ <http://amman2015.mednsf.org/en/> .

If you are still in Singapore tomorrow, would be happy to catch up with you.

Thank you!

Best Regards,

Baher Esmat
VP, Global Stakeholder Engagement, Middle East
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)
Mobile:  +20 122 325 1122
www.icann.org <http://www.icann.org/>

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