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Whose CIDR Is It Anyway?

Jan Schaumann

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IP address space wasn't divided evenly, and after years of re-allocation and re-assigment, the question that comes to mind is: who owns what parts of it? In the latest in a series of articles on the centralisation of the Internet, Jan Schaumann digs into the data to try to get a clearer view.

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Navigating the Complexities of Effective Website Search

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Search on www.ripe.net is an important feature that has been lacking in usability, and the behaviour was changed during the recent redesign. In this article, we’ll dive a little deeper into the complexities of website search and review why this change was implemented.

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Working Towards a Coordinated RPKI System

Working Towards a Coordinated RPKI System

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The RIPE Code of Conduct Team Update 2024

The RIPE Code of Conduct Team Update 2024

Franziska Lichtblau

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The RIPE community has always aimed to foster an open, supportive atmosphere across its events and communication fora. The RIPE Code of Conduct helps make clear which behaviours cultivate that, and which don't. Here, the RIPE Code of Conduct Team talk about the work they do to help uphold RIPE comm…

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Reflections on Six Months as Chief Registry Officer

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In this article, James Kennedy, RIPE NCC Chief Registry Officer, provides an update on our Registry services and shares some observations from his first six months at the helm.

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IPv6 Stockpiling: A Trojan Horse in Our Midst?

IPv6 Stockpiling: A Trojan Horse in Our Midst?

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The current combination of RIPE policies and rules for RIPE NCC membership enable IPv6 stockpiling. And what might sound like an unlikely activity is not only happening, but is actually on the rise. Here we look at the trends and some of the potential consequences and ask where we go from here.

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Refreshing the RIPE Meeting Websites

Refreshing the RIPE Meeting Websites

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The RIPE NCC Web Services team is embarking on an exciting new project to transition future RIPE Meeting sites to a new platform. Here, we cover more details and ask for input from the community.

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