We have a new website!

Original website, wiki, and 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:

  • Blogs
  • Events
  • 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.

We have an extensive archive of events. Information about agendas, attendees and more can be found on our Indico event management site. Video records of events since 2013 can be found on YouTube.

Our video archive goes back to UKNOF25

Who is UKNOF for in 2024?

Who is UKNOF for in 2024? UKNOF is on pause while the community brainstorms its future. This is a start to a discussion about who UKNOF needs to serve in the future.

UKNOF51 Event Report

UKNOF51 Event Report

Around 90 people met in Manchester  at UKNOF51 on Monday and Tuesday 3rd and 4th April 2023. This was our first multi-day event. In 2023 we are running two, two-day UKNOF events instead of three one-day events. There were also around 30 remote participants using Zoom, submitting questions in Mattermost.

13 speakers presented on a variety of Internet operations topics. We also programmed plenty of time for people to speak with each other.

Please take our survey: https://uknof.uk/survey52

UKNOF Governance Update

We are updating UKNOF’s committee structure, following improvements in governance. The Advisory Committee has fulfilled its purpose and won’t be included in the new, and more formal, structure we have created.

Speaker Information

Guidelines for Speakers at UKNOF Events

Respect Policy

Our primary mission is "distribution of clue". Our mailing list and meetings exist as an open environment which encourages information sharing and learning, to build an inclusive and welcoming community between the people who run the UK's IP networks.

Participate in UKNOF

This is an open participation list, comprising announcements about UKNOF meetings, plus other information and discussion of interest to network operators in the UK.

© 2023 UKIF Ltd. Information on UKNOF websites may not be used for non-UKNOF purposes without the written prior permission of UKIF Ltd