IoT-SIG -- The Internet of Things Special Interest Group of Internet Australia


About IoT-SIG
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Welcome to the IoT SIG (Special Interest Group) Discussion List of Internet Australia !

The SIG mailing list is a forum for Internet Australia members.

Members are free to raise and discuss any Internet issues they find of interest. Members are encouraged to pose questions, ideas, as well as points of view on any Internet related topic.

The Internet Australia Board will also solicit member viewpoints via this list for the purposes of government and industry submissions, discussion papers and general Internet forums.

From time to time information regarding commercial events or services thought to be in members' interests may be posted, however, please note that this SIG List is not to be used as an advertising medium for commercial products or services, other than those provided by the Internet Society or its affiliated bodies. Volumes of such posts will be monitored, and action may be taken if it is thought any member/s have exceeded reasonable posting limits.
Internet Australia members are added at their option to the IoT mailing-list, , upon joining the association, when email addresses change, or after a time when a member is not subscribed.

It is not compulsory for members of the association to be members of the discussion list.

The list is available in a daily digest format.

This list is not moderated. Anything mailed to the discussion address will be echoed to everyone on the list.
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