Jonathan B. Postel Service Award
The Jonathan B. Postel Service Award is an award named after Jon Postel. The award has been presented every year since 1999 by the Internet Society to "honor a person who has made outstanding contributions in service to the data communications community."
The first recipient of the award was Jon Postel himself (posthumously). The award was created by Vint Cerf as Chairman of the Internet Society and announced in "I remember IANA" published as RFC 2468.
- 2012 Pierre Ouedraogo
- 2011 Prof. Kilnam Chon
- 2010 Dr. Jianping Wu
- 2009 CSNET
- 2008 La Fundacion Escuela Latinoamericana de Redes (EsLaRed)
- 2007 Nii Quaynor
- 2006 Bob Braden and Joyce K. Reynolds
- 2005 Jun Murai
- 2004 Phill Gross
- 2003 Peter T. Kirstein
- 2002 Stephen Wolff
- 2001 Daniel Karrenberg
- 2000 Scott Bradner
- 1999 Jon Postel (posthumously)
- "Postel Service Award - Past awards". ISOC. Retrieved 2008-08-05.
- Vint Cerf (October 1998). "I remember IANA". RFC 2468. Retrieved 2008-08-05.
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