Where was the NSRC in 2008
NSRC Staff and Volunteer Activities Around the World 2008
November 10-14: Hervey Allen, José Domínguez and Carlos Vicente taught at WALC 2008, Mérida, Venezuela
November 10-14: Dale Smith attended and participated in the UbuntuNet-Connect 2008 and Open Access conference in Lilongwe, Malawi. He gave a talk on "Experiences, Lessons, and opportunities through regional and international RENs". Additionally, Dale assisted the University of Malawi College of Medicine with some campus network design work.
October 13-16: Dale Smith Dale Smith attended and presented at the Internet2 Fall Member Meeting in New Orleands, LA, USA
September 15-19: Hervey Allen taught at the Advanced ccTLD and DNSSEC Workshop, Amsterdam, Netherlands
August 6-14: Dale Smith, Steven Huter and Hervey Allen taught and assisted at SANOG 12, Kathmandu, Nepal
June 9-12: Joel Jaeggli and John Kemp taught and organized a Wireless Network Security Workshop in Bangkok, Thailand
June 22-27: Steven Huter and Phil Regnauld participated in some ccTLD meetings and planning for future regional workshops during the ICANN Paris activities
May 24-June 3: Hervey Allen, Steven Huter, Phil Regnauld and Dale Smith taught and organized at the African Network Operators Group 9th meeting, as well as the AfREN Meeting in Rabat, Morocco
April 16-19: Dale Smith presented and attended the APRU CIO Conference held in Jakarta, Indonesia
April 21-23: Steven Huter and Joel Jaeggli worked with Inveneo and google.org in San Francisco, CA, USA
March 11-15: Hervey Allen, Phil Regnauld taught and organized a Network Monitoring and Management Workshop in Bangkok, Thailand
Feburary 20-29: Hervey Allen and Phil Regnauld taught and organized a Network Management and NOC Workshop at the APRICOT 2008 event in Taipei, Taiwan.
February 28-March 5: Steven Huter and José Domínguez participated in the inaugural meeting of WirelessU.org as part of the ICTP-ITU School on New Perspectives in Wireless Networking in Trieste, Italy
January 8-9: Steven Huter participated in a meeting hosted by the Bureau of Oceans, Environment, and Science at the U.S. Department of State with staff from the National Science Foundation and Internet2 to discuss research and education networking activities in South Asia.
January 30-31: Steven Huter and Joel Jaeggli went to Florida to work with GNUveau Networks on the SolarNetOne deployment for Katsina State University, Nigeria