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First meeting of IPv6 Council on 16th February 2011

Monday 10 January 2011, by Eric Vyncke

Dear Belgian IPv6 Council member,

The IPv4 time-clock is ticking faster and faster and we need to get ’things moving’ in Belgium to avoid being left over. As you know, the last IPv4 /8 blocks will be allocated any time soon and at the latest in March 2011.

Gunter Van de Velde and Olivier Bonaventure would like to invite you to the first Belgian IPv6 Council meeting on Wednesday 16th of February 2011, from 14:00 to 16:00.

Your participation is important if we want to have IPv6 deployed in Belgium and everyone is welcome.

UC Louvain has kindly accepted to be the host for this first meeting and provides meeting room facilities in Woluwe-Saint-Lambert (Brussels).

The meeting address is:

Séminaire 42B, Jardin Martin V, 42 - Bruxelles see http://www.uclouvain.be/66832.html Access to the meeting room is next to Alma metro station

More details on access map can be found at: http://tinyurl.com/37lljc2

The provisional meeting agenda is:

  • Short welcome and agenda building
  • Round-table introduction of the attending members
  • Two IPv6 deployment testimonials
  • Discussion:
    • - Charter, activity and roadmap discussion of the IPv6 Belgian Council
    • - What can we do to accelerate the IPv6 deployment in Belgium?
    • - Next steps

We as a group need to act fast and use all our contacts everywhere to get the ball rolling.

If you would like to join, then please contact either me at gunter.vandevelde@ipv6council.be. Available seats are limited to 35, first come, first served. Attendance is free of course ;-)

Kind Regards and looking forward to meet you all,

Olivier Bonaventure & Gunter Van de Velde

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