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Hi, it is a brief introduction about me and things I accomplished for the Internet community, specifically to the IP address community. I am looking for your support for APNIC 2011 EC election. Thank …

Hi, it is a brief introduction about me and things I accomplished for the Internet community, specifically to the IP address community. I am looking for your support for APNIC 2011 EC election. Thank you.

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  • 1. Kenny Huang Briefing Kenny Huang, Ph.D. Address Council, ASO ICANN Board, TWNIC Board, Mind Extension Inc.
  • 2. Kenny’s Brief – Internet Community Facet • Address Council, ASO ICANN • Advisory Council, DotAsia (.asia) • RFC3743 co-author, IETF • Board, TWNIC • Board, ISOC-TW • Gov IT and Org Reform Committee, Taiwan • e-Gov Committee, Taiwan • Policy SIG Chair, APNIC • Board, PIR (.org) • Board, MINC • Chair, JET
  • 3. Contributions to APNIC Community Policy SIG Chair since APNIC14 to APNIC23• APNIC 23 – Bali, Indonesia 2007 (Policy SIG Chair)• APNIC 22 – Kaohsiung, Taiwan 2006 (Policy SIG Chair)• APNIC 21 – Perth, Australia 2006 (Policy SIG Chair)• APNIC 20 – Hanoi, Vietnam 2005 (Policy SIG Chair)• APNIC 19 - Kyoto, Japan 2005 (Policy SIG Co-Chair)• APNIC 18 - Nadi, Fiji 2004 (Policy SIG Co-Chair)• APNIC 17 - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2004 (Policy SIG Co-Chair)• APNIC 16 - Seoul, Korea, 2003 (Policy SIG Co-Chair)• APNIC 15 - Taipei, Taiwan, 2003 (Policy SIG Co-Chair)• APNIC 14 - Kitakyushu, Japan, 2002 (Policy SIG Co-Chair)
  • 4. Contributions to Global Address Community• Global Policy for Allocation of IPv6 Address Space , 7 September 2006• Global Policy for Allocation of ASN Blocks to Regional Internet Registries , 31 July 2008• Global Policy for the Allocation of the Remaining IPv4 Address Space, 6 March 2009
  • 5. Contributions to IETF : RFC3743IDN Administration Guideline
  • 6. Community OutreachIPv6 Economics Workshop @KL 2010
  • 7. Policy Administration Track Record117 APNIC proposals managed during chairship25 APNIC policies implemented3 Global policies achieved
  • 8. THANK YOUhttp://facebook.com/Kenny.S.Huanghuangk@mindext.com

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