Sorry June 21st is the correct day – as also written here
From: Simon Ryf <simon(a)swinog.org>
Date: Thursday, 2 February 2023 at 21:47
To: SwiNOG Mailinglist <swinog(a)lists.swinog.ch>
Subject: ##### SwiNOG #38 - Call for Papers #####
Dear SwiNOG community,
Please forward me to whomever you think should know about our community.
This is the official Call for Paper email. Please submit your proposal via
The 38th meeting of the Swiss Network Operators Group (SwiNOG) will be held in Berne on
top of the Gurten on Wednesday June 21st, 2023.
Important Dates for https://www.swinog.ch/meetings/swinog38/
02.02.2023 Call for Papers
01.03.2023 Registration opens
02.06.2023 Call for Papers closing
05.06.2023 Final publication of agenda
09.06.2023 Registration closes
16.06.2023 Deadline for all slides
21.06.2022 Meeting Day
Topics for Presentations/Talks
Please re-submit your paper if you're still up with a topic which you have submitted
during … yeah whatever you call this period…!
The number and length of presentations per session is not fixed, although we prefer the
length of the presentations to be between 5 to 45 minutes. Here is a non-exhaustive list
of typical SwiNOG meeting topics:
* Security, DDOS Mitigation,
* Open-Source tools and interesting Github projects
* International view of the internet (incidents, outages, measurements)
* Server applications (DNS, Web, etc.)
* Legal issues (BÜPF, etc.)
* Telecommunication politics (Net Neutrality, Incumbent monopoly, etc.)
* Off-Topic if you think the audience will enjoy
* Feel free to talk to us about any kind of topic and collaboration! Or you can always
start a discussion on the list - I'm sure people join in. Or join our telegram group
Language of Slides and Talks
The whole day will be hold in English, therefore we kindly ask you to produce your
presentation in English.
All submissions must have a strong technical bias (or be completely off topic) and must
not be promotional for your employer.
Please remember that your presentations should be suitable for a target audience of
technicians from varied backgrounds, working for companies whose sizes may vary
To submit a proposal for a presentation, we request that you to fill in the form at
We also welcome suggestions for specific presentations which you feel would be valuable to
the SwiNOG community.
Please be aware that your presentation will be published on the SwiNOG website after the
event. We can publish modified slides if requested - it might be that some confidential
data will be presented by you which are not intended for publication on the internet.
SwiNOG Core Team
General Information (SwiNOG Community)
The Swiss Network Operators Group (SwiNOG) is an informal group of people who are
concerned with engineering and operation of the Swiss Internet.
SwiNOG exists to enhance the quality of Internet services available in Switzerland. It
does this by fostering the free exchange of technical ideas and information between
different companies and organisations.
SwiNOG is a community for professionals who are operating, designing, or researching the
Internet. It provides a technical forum where those working on, with and for the Internet
can come together to solve problems with every aspect of their (net)work.
The meeting is designed to provide an opportunity for the exchange of information among
network operators, engineers, researchers, and other professionals close to the network
More information about SwiNOG can be found at http://www.swinog.ch/
, Facebook, Xing,
Information about the meeting will be published at
General Information (SwiNOG Organisation)
The SwiNOG Organisation Association is a non-profit association under article 60 and
further of the swiss civil law. It manages the SwiNOG community ressources (domain, web,
mailing-lists, etc..) and organises SwiNOG meetings.