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Alun Davies

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Hailing from a research background in philosophy, linguistics and computer science, I came to the RIPE NCC back in 2016 and took on my role as the RIPE Labs Editor in 2020. My job is to help keep all corners of the Internet community informed and engaged on developments and events that continue to shape the Internet as we know it. As RIPE Labs editor, I'm here to help you to get your ideas across on RIPE Labs. Whether you have questions about how to create a new article or profile, need help preparing a draft article for publication, or would just like to discuss whether your idea would be a good fit for RIPE Labs, don't hesitate to get in touch.

The Next Generation of RIPE Atlas Anchors

With the v2 RIPE Atlas anchors no longer in production, we're busy looking at new hardware options. Here's the story so far.

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Anchoring Measurements: Bringing Back the Balance

Ever since the RIPE Atlas anchor network went online, the RIPE NCC has been scheduling anchoring measurements to provide a clear overview of the health of the network. Over time, however, a certain imbalance has crept into such measurements. Here's a look at the problem along with our solution.

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Next Five Sponsored RIPE Atlas Anchors

The second phase of the RIPE NCC’s campaign to sponsor 15 RIPE Atlas anchors has been completed, with another five anchor hosts selected for sponsorship. We want to tell you about the new anchor hosts and also take a look at some related developments here at the RIPE NCC.

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Research on DNS Root Server System

APNIC and the RIPE NCC are about to conduct some joint research on the DNS root server system. Here's a quick heads up on our plans.

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Update: First Five Sponsored RIPE Atlas Anchors

The RIPE NCC launched its campaign to sponsor fifteen new RIPE Atlas anchors in January. We're glad to announce that we've now selected the first five candidates who'll benefit from the campaign!

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Campaign to Sponsor 15 RIPE Atlas Anchors

The RIPE NCC is pleased to announce that we will be sponsoring 15 new RIPE Atlas anchors in 2017. This article provides details about the campaign and introduces the criteria that will be used to decide which applicants will receive sponsorship.

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DNS Measurements Hackathon 2017

The RIPE NCC's fifth hackathon event will happen in Amsterdam, in April 2017. We would like to invite operators, designers, researchers and developers to take on the challenge and join us in developing new tools and visualisations for DNS measurements.

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Four Years of RIPE Atlas Anchors

Four years have passed since the RIPE NCC announced its plans to put RIPE Atlas anchors into production. Since the first anchors went online in 2013, we’ve been working hard to both maintain and expand the network. As a result, we currently have 238 anchors deployed across 66 countries!

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Changes to RIPE Atlas API Keys

We’ve made some changes to RIPE Atlas API Keys with the aim of improving the experience of RIPE Atlas users. The changes are designed to boost transparency and efficiency in the way users are able to manage their API Keys.

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