Meanwhile it is an established tradition: nearly twenty local and international
internet organisations invite you to a joint Internet New Year's event which
will be held on Thursday, 10 January 2013 at Het Sieraad in Amsterdam. As in previous
years, there will be a buffet dinner, a range of "lightning talks" and the
traditional Chairman's debate.
For those that care more about catching
up with old friends and acquaintances, as well as meeting new people working in
various areas of the internet, we have a separate room reserved for drinks,
food and conversation only. The Internet New Year's event is the perfect way
to kick off a great 2013.
Make sure you don't miss out and register
[A big thanks to RIPE NCC for handling all the registrations]
Join us at Het Sieraad, Postjesweg 1 in Amsterdam (NL).
Outline of the programme
You are welcome to join us from 17.45h onwards, until about 23.00h. No need
to grab a bite on the way, we have a nice buffet waiting for you.
We have some brain food as well, if you are into that. There are fast and
interesting lightning talks from 19.00h onwards, and the
traditional Chairmans Debate at 20.00h. These events take place in a lecture
hall adjacent to the main space, so you can also choose to network without
18.00 - Drinks
19.00 - 20.00 Lighting talks (TROUWZAAL). Moderator: Peter Olsthoorn.
Wilfred Nas State of HTML5 - Myths and real world examples
Iljitsch van Beijnum It was the best of times, it was the worst of times hoe staat het met de IPv6-transitie en hoe nu verder
Niels ten Oever Internet Protection Lab
Mirjam Kuehne IPv4 Run-out and IPv6 uptake in this region
Olaf Kolkman Report from World Congress on Information Technology
Alexander Blom Open.Internet.nl
20.00 - 20.45 "What will 2013 bring" (TROUWZAAL)
Chairmans debate Led by Olaf Kolkman (NLnet Labs).
With a.o. prof. dr. Cees de Laat (chair Gridforum), Dick Kalkman (chair ISOC.nl), Matt Poelmans (chair Drempelvrij) & Koen Martens (chair IFCAT).
20.45 - 21.30 Lightning talks continued (TROUWZAAL)
Bernard Gidon (FR) Working together on the next generation of the web
Steven Pemberton HTTP must die
Koen Martens OHM2013, the next big Dutch hacker event
Eric Velleman Open Inclusive Innovation Lab
Bits of Freedom Quiz What do you know about internet freedom?