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RIPE BoF at RIPE 61 in Rome

Mirjam Kühne — 11 Nov 2010
Do you want to pick the brains of someone in the same business? Would you like to shape best common practices? Got an idea for a new tool to make life easier, but not sure how to develop it. Looking for help? Suggest topics for the RIPE BoF.
  • Do you want to pick the brains of someone in the same business?
  • Would you like to shape best common practices?
  • Got an idea for a new tool to make life easier, but not sure how to develop it. Looking for help?
  • Do you feel the existing RIPE Working Groups don't fit with what you want to discuss?

We've listened and we hope that you'll find the RIPE BoF offers an answer.

Informal, friendly and open. Come along and talk about anything.

We're thinking lightning talks, short presentations, hot topics and things that don't fit in the existing programme.

But above all else, the RIPE BoF is a place to talk.

Or simply listen.

How do you suggest something for the RIPE BoF?

If you have a topic you would like to discuss at the RIPE BoF , please use the comment field below.

We'll review all suggestions and decide during the RIPE Meeting which topics we can fit into the session.

Where and When

The RIPE BoF takes place at the RIPE 61 Meeting in Rome on Thursday, 18 November 2010, 17:45 - 19:15.

3 Comments

Anonymous says:
15 Nov, 2010 02:19 PM
EU and Governments are creating requirements for the retention of data about traffic. In some cases the authorities are inventing things to be retained that ISPs do not have.
Does / should RIPE have any workgroup to advise the politicians?
snash@arbor.net
Anonymous says:
16 Nov, 2010 05:20 PM
A couple of things, following up on the IPv6 CPE surveys we published in the past

- can we see if we can standardize the testing so it becomes easier for people to take part or respond
- I will loose access to my testbed, so if this needs to continue the community needs to help
- Requirements to be in the matrix

Anonymous says:
18 Nov, 2010 09:11 AM
Hi,

In addition to Marco's comments, several people in the room have mentioned to me that they would like to discuss IPv6 Access as a topic. For example, solving problems at the service provider end about IPv6 broadband deployment and campus-wide IPv6 Access problems. This seems to be a more complex project that rolling out IPv6 in your core. Therefore, this will be tonight's topic.

Andy
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