The 2020 Nordic Domain Days has been postponed until further notice due to the COVID-19 situation. The fifth of the annual event for the Nordic domain name conferences was originally scheduled to be held in Stockholm in September, was postponed and now postponed indefinitely.
Not unlike its sister event for the German-speaking domain name community Domain Pulse, whose 2021 event has been postponed 12 months to February 2022 according to an announcement from DENIC last week, Nordic Domain Days has also become a victim to the global COVID-19 pandemic.
In their announcement, Nordic Domain Days note that while some industry conferences are well suited to be carried out over the internet, they feel that Nordic Domain Days is not one of them. Rather, they believe Nordic Domains Days is more suited to a time when the global pandemic no longer poses the threat it does today.
For those of you that primarily enjoy Nordic Domain Days’ technical track, there will be a digital DNS-Meetup at this year’s Internetdagarna on 23 November.
Nordic Domain Days was up until this year arranged as a part of the Swedish IT-Conference Internetdagarna, hosted by Internetstiftelsen, the registry for the .se top-level domain. However, this is no longer the case, and it is now an independent domain industry conference.
Nordic Domain Days is billed as an event is where registries, registrars, resellers, service providers, and investors network and share during a two-day conference.