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*GENI PLANNING GROUP DOCUMENTS ARE NO LONGER CURRENT. See GpoDoc and the GENI project pages for up-to-date documents and specifications.*

GENI Planning Group 2005 - 2007

May 21, 2007
NSF has funded BBN Technologies to establish GENI project office (GPO). See the BBN press release? for more information.

April 25, 2007
A draft of the Project Execution Plan (Conceptual Design) is now available. It includes a set of documents: a Research Plan (why we are building GENI), a Facility Design (what GENI is), a Requirements Document (link between research and facility), and the Construction Plan (how GENI is to be built). This set updates January 2006 Project Execution Plan.

November 3, 2006
Additional information about the planning process are now available: (1) new and updated Design Documents (including multiple views), (2) a planning schedule for the next several months, and (3) additional presentations that summarize on-going efforts to flesh out the facility definition.

September 18, 2006
NSF has funded the Computing Research Association (CRA) to create the Computing Community Consortium (CCC). See the CRA press release for more information.

September 15, 2006
Set of draft GENI Design Documents (GDDs) go online.

July 13-14, 2006
CRA organizes San Francisco NSF Town Hall Meeting on GENI.

June 25, 2006
CRA organizes Snowbird NSF Town Hall Meeting on GENI.

June 22, 2006
GENI Design Document? (GDD) series now available.

June 15, 2006
Planning Group posts update of GENI Design Principles document. Now available as August 2006 GENI Design Principles.

May 5-6, 2006
CRA organizes Chicago NSF Town Hall Meeting on GENI.

April 29, 2006
Planning Group posts draft GENI Design Principles for comment.

March 10, 2006
CRA organizes Washington D.C. NSF Town Hall Meeting on GENI.

February 7, 2006
GENI changes its official name from "Global Environment for Network Investigations" to "Global Environment for Network Innovations."

January 20, 2006
A snapshot of GENI's design is now available. This snaphot was prepared by the GENI planning group, and will be refined in coming months in response to community feedback.

December 19, 2005
MIT Technology Review features GENI in their December/January Issue. A three-part feature and a supplemental interview are available online. PRI's The World program also aired a segment on the story, archived here in WMA and OGG formats.

December 5, 2005
NSF informational meeting on the NeTS Program's Future Internet Design (FIND) Initiative.

August 25, 2005
NSF announces the GENI Initiative at SIGCOMM.

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