At start of the 90s, a small group of people came together to make sure that the numbering system that allows computers to connect with each other over the Internet would remain stable. One those people was Mirjam Kühne, now RIPE Chair. In this episode, Mirjam talks about the beginnings of the RIPE community and new challenges it faces today.
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1:06 – More about RIPE
4:18 – Meet the New RIPE Chair
5:16 – Daniel Karrenberg on the first hours of the RIPE NCC
8:00 – A Tribute to Rob Blokzijl
9:35 – RIPE Working Groups (in case you're wondering, the thirteenth is a secret...)
11:10 – ripe-001
13:07 – Chris Buckridge on RIPE principles
17:43 – RIPE NCC service region
18:13 – NIS 2
19:46 – RIPE Atlas
22:40 – Meetecho at RIPE Meetings
26:15 – ENOG
27:38 – CAPIF 1
28:30 – Network Operator Groups (NOGs) on RIPE Labs
32:28 – RIPE Cooperation Working Group
33:15 – Kieren McCarthy on the RIPE Labs podcast
35:51 – Measuring Damage on the Internet and Keep Ukraine Connected
39:00 – Franziska Lichtblau, RIPE PC Chair
39:37 – RIPE 85