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IPv6 Presentation by Erik Kline from Google This Thursday at UUASC-LA in El Segundo

From: Jordan S.
Sent on: Monday, November 30, 2009 9:37 PM
Erik Kline from Google will presenting a talk on IPv6 this Thursday in
El Segundo which may be of interest to LACloud members and y'all are
welcome to attend.

The details are below and at http://uuasc.org­ .

See you there and/or at the LACloud meetup on the 8th.

Thanks,

Jordan

               UUASC-LA
Unix Users Association of Southern California
    Los Angeles County Chapter
       December 2009 Meeting

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                   IPv6

               Erik Kline

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    Thursday, Dec. 3, 7-9 pm

      Sun Microsystems, Inc.
 222 N. Sepulveda in El Segundo
 10th Floor -- Martinique Room

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UUASC-LA rounds out it's 10th year of hosting Unix related
talks in Southern California with a presentation on IPv6. Since
ARIN CEO John Curran predicts that the IPv4 space will be exhausted
within 700 days this makes for a timely presentation.

Erik Kline will be following up on his IPv6 presentation last March
where he will go into the adoption of IPv6 around the world including
how the "step by step" approach which led to the launch of ipv6.google.com.

Erik is an IPv6 Engineer at Google, has previously worked at Network
Appliance, and holds a degree in Aeronautics/Astronau­tics from MIT.
Erik and his colleague Lorenzo Colitti were presented the first Itojun
Service Award at IETF 76 in Hiroshima for their outstanding contributions
to the development and deployment of IPv6.

IMPORTANT: The building is locked at 7 pm and anyone who arrives after that
time will require a Sun employee to escort them to the meeting. For that
reason, everyone is highly encouraged to arrive before 7 pm so that our Sun
representative doesn't have to be in two places at once -- downstairs
escorting late arrivals and upstairs babysitting our meeting. It is also
highly probable that those who arrive after 7:30 may not be able to attend the
meeting.

After the meeting, you are invited to mingle with many of the chapter members
at UUASC-LA's favorite dining and drinking spot. Details will be presented at
the meeting.

WARNING: People may take photographs of UUASC-LA meetings and social events.
If someone is absolutely opposed to having his or her photograph taken, that
person needs to please speak with the photographer.

Warning to photographers: You must have a person's permission to post
photographs in any public manner.

Directions:

From the South via Interstate 405:

Exit at El Segundo Blvd. Turn left and proceed approximately three miles to
the intersection of El Segundo Blvd. and Sepulveda. Turn right (Northbound),
stay in the right lane. Skip to "Northbound on Sepulveda", below.

From the North via Interstate 405:

Exit at El Segundo Blvd. Turn left onto La Cienega Blvd. (get into the right
lane). Turn right at El Segundo Blvd and proceed approximately three miles
tothe intersection of El Segundo Blvd and Sepulveda. Turn right (Northbound),
stay in the right lane.

Northbound on Sepulveda:

You should now be proceeding nortbound, in the right lane along Sepulveda
Blvd. The signal at the next intersection (Sepulveda/Grand) is an important
landmark. The meeting venue is in the Oracle building (222 Sepulveda) on the
Southeast corner, just before the intersection, on the right. The Free Parking
is *across* the intersection, in the Northeast corner on the right.

Parking:

Continue northbound across the intersection, turn into the first driveway on
the right, known as the LAX Business Park. Go through the raised gates, turn
right, find  a parking space close to the traffic signal.

Building:

Short stairs lead from the raised parking lot to the sidewalk. Walk across the
intersection heading south. The UUASC meeting venue (Sun Microsystems office)
is in the "Oracle" building, closest to the southeast corner of the
Sepulveda/Grand intersection. Entrances are located on the Oracle building's
North and South sides. However, after business hours, the North side is
closed; go to the South entrance.  If the doors are locked here, the security
guard can open it; politely knock on the door to get their attention.

Enter and sign in, inform the guard that you want to go to the Sun
Microsystems offices on the 10th floor. That means the elevators to the right,
and the guard will likely need to activate the elevator for you. The UUASC
meeting is in Sun's offices on the 10th floor.

For any questions on how to get there, call[masked]-2400. However, that number
won't be available after business hours (5:30). After that time, call
[masked]-2560.

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