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This is the first in a series of blog posts on efforts to increase diversity and inclusivity in the RIPE community. The focus of this article is to report on ...
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It's been a couple weeks since we concluded another successful RIPE Meeting. Nearly 500 people gathered from 54 countries for five days of technical ...
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An update on some of the action points that came out of diversity discussions at RIPE 74 - first step, collecting metrics.
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The Dutch Network Operators Group had its annual conference on 8 September 2017 in Amsterdam. I was there to collect feedback about RIPE NCC services, talk ...
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We would like your help for a planned project to create subtitles for our e-learning videos in multiple languages.
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Early mornings, long days, lots of acronyms and overall an amazing learning experience.
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The RIPE Fellowship will fund up to five attendees from the RIPE NCC service region to participate in a RIPE Meeting.
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We were invited to take part in the first hackathon organised by LACNIC in Montevideo, Uruguay. In this article I want to share my experience as observer and ...
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On the 5 October 2017 we launched our very first RIPE NCC::Educa event. It turned out to be quite a success. Here's a summary and some plans for next year.
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Today begins the newest edition of four-yearly Dutch summer camping conferences for and by hackers: SHA2017. Since there is an overlap between topics and ...