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Archive for category: Outreach
Finally we’re hosting the IPv6 AfriNIC training in Cape Town on 18 – 21 June 2012. Limited space sold out 30 spots in 2 days. IPv6 Training by AfriNIC hosted in Cape Town by ISOC-ZA We expect that at the end of this workshop, participants will be able to: Create an IPv6 address plan and […]
Recent infographic by Mybroadband shows some improvement, we believe that now is the time that we will start to see major changes in the South African telecoms environment.
Video recordings of the sessions – http://bambuser.com/channel/isoc-za/broadcast IRC – for chat and questions – server: atlantis.zanet.org.za (port 6667) – channel: #isoc Twitter – http://twitter.com/isocza tweet #inetct Agenda – http://wiki.isoc.org.za/INET All welcome! Presentations: Jon McNerney – ISOC welcome Chris Smith – ISOC access development Alan Levin – What next? Stefan Doeblin – Lessons learned Steve Song […]
The Internet Society is pleased to announce INET Cape Town 2010, where experts and laymen will examine just what it will take to enable Internet access at much lower costs and at much higher speeds. Since 1994, the Internet Society has organized INET conferences around the world. Originally staged as annual global conferences, over time […]
Launched the ISOC-ZA Spammer Bounty Hunter programme. See the press release but most importantly, join the programme and contribute to the website/wiki at http://wiki.isoc.org.za
The first Internet Fiesta was held by ISOC-ZA at Belhar Community Centre (Adam Tas Ave) on Saturday-Sunday (March 19-20, through the night) from 11am to 3pm. In order to share our experiences we have created and share the following useful documentations for others to follow: The report Neil Blakeley-Milner’s Blog The initial project plan (.pdf, […]
At the Cape Town International Conference Centre, ISOC-ZA facilitated a joint forum between ICANN and the World Blind Union on Internet Accessibility for the blind. The forum was webcast for those that could not attend. The panel consisted of worlwide experts including: Hein Wagner: International Sales manager for Thawte Consulting, born blind and whose achievements […]