The agenda for DNS-OARC's 2014 Spring Workshop and Member EGM on the 10th and 11th May, in Warsaw, Poland is now available here. This will be held at the same location the subsequent RIPE68 meeting, and we're grateful to Microsoft and Verisign for being our main sponsors for this workshop. Our talks include a study of Open Resolvers, on detection of Botnet Domains, and on connection-oriented improvements to DNS security. There's also a review of new IETF work on DNS privacy, and a survey of the Namecoin P2P DNS system. A big thank you to our speakers and programme committee for putting a packed agenda together. The session on Saturday morning will be for OARC members only, and includes an EGM and private presentations. The public workshop starts at 14:00. We're hoping to webcast the public workshop, but still need to confirm arrangements for this. Full meeting information and registration are available at Workshop registration is free of charge, with priority given to OARC Members, Speakers, and Sponsors - we still have some 20 places available, after that non-OARC members will be admitted on a standby basis only, so please register ASAP if attending. It's also now possible to support OARC though an optional workshop attendee donation. Additional sponsors for this meeting and and/or a potential social event remain welcome - please contact if interested. For accommodation, travel and venue information, please see the RIPE68 meeting site, though note that discounted room rates end on Monday April 21st.