"Non-public measurements" is a feature of RIPE Atlas that allows users to use the infrastructure to measure things while not sharing those results with the public. Is that still a useful feature? Should it exist in the future? Please take the polls.
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There are a number of interesting new features and enhancements for RIPE Atlas users. Learn how you can put them to use!
Microsoft ended support for Windows XP as of April 2014. We're about to change RIPE Atlas and RIPEstat to stop support for Internet Explorer 8 running on these systems.
We're proud to present a new RIPE Atlas feature to RIPE NCC members: Quick Look measurements. Members can use the RIPE Atlas measurement network for a quick, real-time assessment of connectivity. Just enter a destination and watch the results roll in!
Our latest release includes a lot of new features, including completely new opening pages on the website for logged in users and the general public. We also have one-off measurements, APIs, new maps, probe sharing and more! Please find all the details below, and don't forget to tell us what you thi…