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Join the RIPE NCC Hackathon Version 6 by Vesna Manojlovic — last modified 07 Sep, 2017 02:27 PM

Together with Comcast and DKNOG, the RIPE NCC is organising our sixth hackathon, the topic of which will be IPv6! Our goals are to promote IPv6 in Denmark, come up with new and creative ways to visualise IPv6 measurements, and hack together the tools helpful for IPv6 deployment.

The Next 42 RIPE Atlas Probes at Hackerspaces by Vesna Manojlovic — last modified 25 Apr, 2017 05:20 PM

In this article, we give one example of the possible communities that are now easier to build around RIPE Atlas probes. With the tagging of similar probes, existing communities can use additional tools for creating and analysing RIPE Atlas measurements, such as "IXP Country Jedi", to create their own interpretation of the available data. We are hoping this is going to be an inspiration to the reader, and an invitation to play with the results and improve on the code.

Six Years of Hackerspaces Tours During RIPE Meetings by Vesna Manojlovic — last modified 25 Apr, 2017 04:57 PM

Maybe surprisingly, there is quite an overlap between the RIPE community and the hackers community. Visiting a local hackerspace has been a tradition for more than five years: during RIPE Meetings, network operators groups, IXP meetings and other technical events. This is a nostalgic look back to the history of these encounters, and an invitation to join us for future explorations.

RIPE Atlas Tools Hackathon Results by Vesna Manojlovic — last modified 04 Apr, 2017 12:14 PM

The second RIPE Atlas hackathon took place in November 2015 in conjunction with the RIPE 71 meeting. Impressive results were hacked together by programmers and operators during an intensive weekend of work and fun in Bucharest. In this article we celebrate the hackathon achievements and report about the benefits for the community in detail.

Live Blogging from RightsCon by Vesna Manojlovic — last modified 31 Mar, 2017 12:25 AM

In March 2017, the sixth instalment of RightsCon will be happening in Brussels. This large event is one of the places for conversation about how to keep the internet open, free, and secure. RIPE NCC staff will be present, with live-blogging throughout the three day event. Stay tuned!

What Can You Do with One Million RIPE Atlas Credits? by Vesna Manojlovic — last modified 30 Mar, 2017 12:04 AM

RIPE Atlas lets you make customised measurements from thousands of probes around the world. These measurements cost credits, which users usually earn by hosting or sponsoring RIPE Atlas probes - or you may have just been given a million RIPE Atlas credits as a member of one of the Regional Internet Registries. Find out how you can best spend your credits to check your services' connectivity and troubleshoot potential issues.

RIPE Atlas DataViz Hackathon Results by Vesna Manojlovic — last modified 01 Feb, 2017 07:30 PM

In March 2015, a diverse group of contributors got together to come up with creative ways to visualise the health of the Internet using RIPE Atlas open measurements data. It was the first RIPE Atlas hackathon. Impressive results were hacked together by programmers, designers and operators during an intensive weekend of work and fun in Amsterdam. In this article we celebrate hackathon achievements, document and promote hackathon results, create a memento for participants and report in detail for the benefit of the rest of the community.

RIPE Atlas Interface Hackathon Results by Vesna Manojlovic — last modified 01 Feb, 2017 07:28 PM

The third RIPE Atlas hackathon took place in Copenhagen the weekend before RIPE 72. In this article, we share the details about the hackathon and a preview of the fourth hackathon.

Join the RIPE Atlas Tools Hackathon by Vesna Manojlovic — last modified 01 Feb, 2017 07:27 PM

The RIPE Atlas tools hackathon is an opportunity for network operators to work together with RIPE Atlas developers and other enthusiastic coders and hackers. The goal is to improve or come up with entirely new tools for using RIPE Atlas data to monitor networks and troubleshoot issues. The hackathon will take place from 14-15 November in Bucharest ahead of the RIPE 71 Meeting. Find out how you can take part!

RIPE Atlas Roadmap: October 2012 Update by Vesna Manojlovic — last modified 30 Jan, 2017 09:33 AM

While developing RIPE Atlas, we are maintaining and publishing a roadmap to keep the RIPE community involved and informed of the features we are working on. Please find below our achievements in October, and plans for November 2012 and beyond.

RIPE Atlas Success Story: Zoom-in on Germany by Vesna Manojlovic — last modified 12 Dec, 2016 09:37 AM

Here is an example of how cross-pollination between two or more communities can create success. An overlap between IETF participants, RIPE Atlas users and listeners of a popular German podcast has led to growth in the deployment of RIPE Atlas probes (hardware devices that measure Internet infrastructure). We are still interested in expanding this platform in areas and networks that need more coverage.

Ambassador, You Are Spoiling Us by Vesna Manojlovic — last modified 01 Dec, 2016 01:58 PM

At the RIPE NCC, we are grateful for the contribution RIPE Atlas ambassadors make to the success of the RIPE Atlas measurements platform. In this article, we focus on a handy RIPEstat tool that can be used to visualise the results of their efforts. The tool provides a historical view of country-specific growth of RIPE Atlas probe numbers and allows for comparisons of up to four countries in the same graph.

IPv6 RIPEness - One Year Later by Vesna Manojlovic — last modified 01 Dec, 2016 12:28 AM

A year ago we introduced IPv6 RIPEness - a system that rates IPv6 deployment of Local Internet Registries based on certain criteria. It was meant to encourage LIRs to deploy IPv6. Now, one year later, we are proud to present the progress of this project.

A Use Case for IPv6 Reachability Testing with RIPE Atlas by Vesna Manojlovic — last modified 01 Dec, 2016 12:12 AM

RIPE Atlas was used to perform IPv6 reachability testing before and during the World IPv6 Launch. One success story and the usage statistics lead us to the conclusion that this feature needs to remain available even after the "launch" is over.

RIPEstat BoF at RIPE 64 (Demo s2e04) by Ann Barcomb — last modified 01 Dec, 2016 12:11 AM

The RIPEstat "birds of a feather" (BoF) session during RIPE 64 in Ljubljana drew a number of people interested in RIPEstat development. To encourage feedback, we announced a survey with the chance to win a RIPEstat t-shirt. New widgets (Address Space Hierarchy and Object Browser) were announced, along with the news that RIPEstat now accepts ranges, and progress update on the task of converting plugins to widgets.

RIPEstat Address Space Hierarchy Widget by Ann Barcomb — last modified 01 Dec, 2016 12:10 AM

The new Address Space Hierarchy widget allows you to see how address space is used. It shows how a particular prefix fits within a less specific block, and the more specific prefixes which fit within it. In this article we look at the widget in more depth.