[Executive-Committee] SdNOG Coming Phase

Hiba Eltigani higba6 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 4 17:04:17 EAT 2015


Spam also!!!!! so we have already covered that but I recall that everyone
in the EC should have posted simple question in ML for engagement. I saw
only Sara and Tarig did that. We have to follow before next meeting :)

On 21 January 2015 at 09:04, Sara Alamin <sara.alamin at sudren.edu.sd> wrote:

> سامر شكرا للمبادرة
> ممكن ان يتم النقاش ووضع خطط جدية لتنفيذ ذلك
>
> تم تنزيل برنامج wiki خاص للمناقشات ووضع الخطط وكيف يتم تنفيذها
> ارجو من الجميع إضافة account ومن ثم البدء في كتابة/تعديل/إضافة أي مقترحات
> او مشاريع او أفكار تساهم ف تطوير المجموعة
>
> ارجو الاطلاع على wiki.sdnog.sd
>
>
> شكرا
>
>
> ------------------------------
> *From: *"Samir Saif" <samir.saif at sudren.edu.sd>
> *To: *exec at lists.sdnog.sd
> *Sent: *Wednesday, January 21, 2015 8:54:04 AM
> *Subject: *[Executive-Committee] SdNOG Coming Phase
>
>
> Greetings everybody
>
>
> Hope you are doing well
>
>
> As for Sara proposal to host a workshop before the second conference, I
> see no harm in that but I believe we should focus more on making SdNOG more
> than a one-way training system from the EC to the members. We should focus
> on building and encouraging the discussion and participation from the
> mailing lists and other social platform, by doing that we can add great
> value to the conferences and get an output generated from the SdNOG
> community not just the EC Committee. I do not think that just simply
> sending informative email through the mailing lists is enough, I believe if
> we could initiate some sort of teams or discussion groups on some topics,
> which are of importance to us in Sudan such as:
>
>    - IG in Sudan: I believe there was in initiative started by Tarik
>    Merghani.
>    - We can form a group to discuss and draft policies to be submitted to
>    AFRINIC, which serves Sudan Interests.
>    - We can have a group working on the sanctions.
>    - Maybe have an operators panel at the conference
>
> We can benefit from the SIS chapters in Sudan, find active peoples, and
> see where the most focus in Sudan is. Capacity building is important of
> course, but if SdNOG all activates were just a form of a training center, I
> think we will be missing a lot of the potential that SdNOG can be.
>
> It’s just a thoughts, looking forwards to hearing your comment.
>
>
> Regards,
>
> Samir
>
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 Hiba :-)
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