13 & 14 December 1999
Queens' College, Cambridge
Last modified 22 Nov 1999 00:00
Preliminary Announcement & Call For Papers
The UKUUG Winter Conference is historically an event where not only prominent topics are discussed within the Conference presentations but also where members and friends meet to enjoy lively debate on a host of subjects.
The 1999 Winter Conference will be held in Queens' College, Cambridge. It will start after lunch on Monday, 13 December (allowing time for travel) and finish on the Tuesday afternoon. The Conference Dinner will be held on Monday evening in the medieval Dining Hall, built in 1449 and which has been used daily by the Fellows and Students at Queens' for over 500 years.
Papers are invited to address 'Internet Technologies' - possible topics might be:
Other related topics would also be of interest, do not feel constrained by the list.
- Security-What's the Problem? Intrusion detection and network monitoring. Firewalling. Encryption. Secure single sign on. IT and the law
- IPv6 (when & how). Gigabit networks
- Managing Unix remotely in schools
- ISPs: the next generations
- Network Management/Administration. Traffic measurement (and accounting). Webserver management. Web searching -- the philosophy, politics, and economics. Web caching and proxying -- getting it right
- Mail administration, servers, software. Postmaster in the 21st century
- Does Usenet News still have a place?
- IP telephony--protocols & architectures
- AV Transport
- Microsoft--what can we learn from them?
- Mobility, wireless, roaming
- Various: Multicast, ACAP, LDAP, groupware, distributed printing, accounting, SNMP, ADSL
- Telecommuting that works
Submissions are welcome from members and non-members of UKUUG and particularly submissions by students. Student sponsorship may be available on a discretionary basis.
Significant Dates: Closing date for abstracts: 12 November.
Accepted authors notification: 14 November.
Final papers due by: 30 November.
Method of Submission: Potential authors may request further information by sending e-mail to email@example.com. Initial abstracts should be sent either via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or in hard-copy format to the UKUUG Secretariat. We will acknowledge all submissions.
All accepted authors will be expected to submit a final paper in electronic format.
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