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RIPE Atlas is now three years old, and is moving from a prototype to production service. Based on our experience so far, observing typical usage and listening to user feedback, we suggest opening up the publication of measurement data further. In this article we aim to clarify the current situation regarding privacy, and ask for community input about our suggested plan to move forward.
RIPE Atlas anchors is transitioning from a pilot project to a production service. As such, we want to clarify the terms and conditions that describe the use of the service and spell out both the user's and the RIPE NCC's obligations. Here we present a draft of these documents and ask for feedback, as we want to ensure we keep the community involved in every step of the process.
While developing RIPE Atlas, we are engaging with the community to get feedback on the features we are working on, and to help us with distributing the probes. This article highlights Seismograph, zoomable ping graphs, and other new features we have made available for RIPE Atlas users over the last two months. We also announce where you can meet RIPE Atlas developers and "ambassadors" in the following months.
This article summarises the findings from the pilot phase of the RIPE Atlas anchors project, and gives details about the decision to move to production using a one-service, smaller box for RIPE Atlas anchors.
The RIPE Atlas community has been very active recently. This article highlights new community related features, and announcements related to RIPE Atlas anchor hosts, sponsors and "ambassadors". And it brings you lots of pretty pictures!