Edward TF talks in GNTC and KubeCon date/time
The issue is probably with the list moderation. Each of the mailing lists is separately moderated. The moderation policy is supposed to be that only the first post to the list needs to be approved, but it’s separate for each list, so even if you’ve posted to several lists in the past, if you subscribe to a new list you still need a moderator to approve your post to that list.
Also, it’s not clear who the moderators are for each list.
Also, I’ve received emails that seem to be addressed to me as a moderator because they include text that tells me to click a link to approve the message but when I click the link it tells me I don’t have access.
Casey Cain was looking into this issue in relation to the TSC mailing list but it appears that it’s affecting the Conferences mailing list as well.
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From: Conferences@... <Conferences@...>
On Behalf Of Heqing
Here is Edward’s proposal.
Title: Multi-vendor SDN Controller Based on Tungsten Fabric
Abstract: A SDN controller for datacenter needs to manage not only virtual networks, but also physical networks. Tungsten Fabric has been proven to be an excellent choice for managing virtual networks, but how about its ability to manage physical networks? Can it manage physical devices from different vendors? If yes, is it easy to do so?
This talk will uncover the capability of Tungsten Fabric to manage multi-vendor physical devices.
Names: Edward Ting
email address: lting2@...
Talk: Full talk
Demo: based on availability
Bio: Mr. Ting is a Senior Software Development Manager responsible for Lenovo SDN Controller based on Tungsten Fabric. Prior to Lenovo Datacenter Group, Mr. Ting was with Ericsson NFV virtual router development as well as cloud automation. Mr. Ting has 20+ years of experiences in mobile, cloud, and telco industries.
I heard there are multiple folks have issues to send abstract to Conferences@...... I am wondering that if we have lose the opportunity to receive the proposals. Maybe we should extend the deadline with a few more days.
I don’t how to fix this. My guess, subscribe the conference mailing list first, it may remove the security filter (block the unauthorized mail source). Can someone help here?