The RIPE Chair Team Reports - March 2023
With one RIPE Working Group gearing up to make its response to an EC proposal, another reviewing existing IPv6 policy, and Task Forces making progress on their own charters - it's been an active month for the community. The RIPE Chair Team reports on all this and a host of industry events that have…
Thanks for keeping us updated. This is really useful. I am especially pleased to read that the technical community was congratulated for doing a good job during the COVID pandemic!
As already mentioned on the RIPE Mailing List, as Chair of the RIPE community and someone who has been involved in AFRINIC from the start, I fully support this statement. I would like to express my faith in the African Internet community and my special support for the AFRINIC staff. Having a strong and diverse RIR system in place is of utmost importance for the Internet community and the stability and further growth of the Internet.
Congratulations to the new RIPE Labs layout! Looks fresh and modern.
Hi Kurt, Thanks for the suggestion (and sorry for the slow response). That's an interesting thought. Personally I think it is important to keep the community together and to help bridge policy and technology rather than pulling them apart. We already have Working Groups that are more focused on policy and politics and others that cover more technical topics so people can choose where they want to engage more. Anyway, definitely worth thinking about. Cheers, Mirjam
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