We have a new website!
Our new website uses our new logo and colours. It also gives us the opportunity to do more. We can quickly create pages, events, and blog posts. It’s a new tool to deliver on the original mission, the “distribution of clue.” It will let us provide a platform for people in the community to share their experience with an interested audience between UKNOF events.
This means UKNOF can now engage with our community in four ways:
- Instant chat
- Mailing list
The new website only has our new content. Importing all the content from the old site and wiki was not possible for this launch. But the old site is not lost. It remains archived and will remain available until the content is moved to its new home.
About 90 people met in Manchester at UKNOF49 on Tuesday, 12 April 2022. 21 people participated online and engaged with industry colleagues using our Mattermost server. This was another hybrid event. Most speakers presented in Manchester with some joining over the Internet. Seven speakers presented on a variety of Internet operations topics.
When you buy a ticket to attend a UKNOF event you’re making a contribution to our costs. This article explains our costs, risks, and sources of income. It also describes a new subscription package we are developing.
James Bensley, who chairs the UKNOF Programme Committee, is looking for new members. He recently posted a call for volunteers to the UKNOF list, which we've reproduced here. If you're interested in volunteering for the Programme Committee, please write to...
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