[hackerspaces] Invitation to RIPE IoT Roundtable Meeting, 21 September 2017, Leeds (UK)

Vesna Manojlovic becha at xs4all.nl
Thu Jul 27 13:07:47 CEST 2017

Specially for people in UK (Manchester Hackspace? EMF orga?) :


Weather you are interested to speak at this event, or be in the audience & 
particpate from "the floor", or just meet others who are interested in the 
topic -- welcome. It's free of charge, but please register.

relevance for hackers: security & safety in IoT; networking; RIPE...

More RIPE-related info on IoT: 

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-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: [cooperation-wg] Invitation to RIPE IoT Roundtable Meeting, 21 
September 2017, Leeds (UK)
Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2017 12:29:58 +0200
From: Paul Rendek <ripencc-management at ripe.net>
Reply-To: Marco Hogewoning <marcoh at ripe.net>
To: Cooperation WG <cooperation-wg at ripe.net>

Dear Colleagues,

Following the successful BoF sessions that took place at the last two RIPE 
Meetings, we would like to invite you to a one day meeting dedicated to the 
Internet of Things (IoT) and its consequences for the RIPE community and our 

This will be a one-day meeting, taking place in Leeds, UK, on 21 September 
2017. We will start at around 10:30 local time and end the day at around 17:30 
with a small reception.

Our aim at this meeting will be to discuss what impact the IoT might have on 
areas of interest to the RIPE community and RIPE NCC services, and how we 
together can contribute to this emerging industry in a positive manner.

This meeting is open to all interested parties. Registration for the event is 
now open:


More information and a preliminary agenda of this meeting is available on our 
website via the following link:


While are still busy developing the agenda for this meeting, we would like to 
invite participants to suggest contributions or short talks on this topic.

Hope to see you all in Leeds,

Paul Rendek,
Director of External Relations

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