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What to Expect at RIPE 82

Martina de Mas

We’ve put together several activities for you at RIPE 82. Here’s an overview of everything that’s going on, the tools we’ll be using, and why you should be at our next RIPE Meeting!

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The RIPE Chair Team Reports - April 2021

Mirjam Kühne

RIPE 82 is approaching fast! In this article, get a sneak preview of some of the topics that you can expect to see at the upcoming RIPE Meeting as well as an overview of the activities the RIPE Chair Team has been busy with over the past few weeks.

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RIPE Community Resilience: SYN-ACK, Boundaries and Doing Less

Vesna Manojlovic

The lower the layer on the pyramid of needs is, the more important it is for person’s resilience; however, all layers of the networking stack are equally important for the resilient Internet. In this instalment of the series, Vesna Manojlovic connects the Layer 4 and the need for esteem.

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RIPE Community Resilience: Network and Belonging

Vesna Manojlovic

The lower the layer on the pyramid of needs is, the more important it is for person’s physical and mental health; however, all layers of the networking stack are equally important for the resilient Internet. In this instalment of the series, Vesna Manojlovic goes to the third layer - network connec…

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Code of Conduct Task Force - Spring 2021 Update

Leo Vegoda

A Code of Conduct Task Force (CoC TF) was formed to update RIPE’s Code of Conduct and supporting processes following discussion at RIPE 80. The TF drafted an updated Code of Conduct and shared it with the community in March this year. This article presents the TF’s history, key feedback on the draf…

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A Brand New Look at the Best of RIPE Labs

Alun Davies

RIPE Labs has just gone through a big transformation into a better, brighter, more beautiful version of itself. To help get a feel for what's changed, we take a tour through some of your favourite articles from the past year or so so you can enjoy them all over again in their fresh new setting.

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The RIPE Chair Team Reports - March 2021

Mirjam Kühne

March saw the publication of a draft RIPE Code of Conduct, plenty of activity from RIPE Working Groups, and ongoing preparation in the lead up to RIPE 82. The RIPE Chair Team reports on all this and more.

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RIPE Community Resilience: Safety Net

Vesna Manojlovic

In this third article on community resilience I move on to the "Link Layer" according to TCP/IP stack and how it relates to meeting the need for safety: economic security, avoidance of risks and absence of harm.

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RIPE Community Resilience: Physical Layer

Vesna Manojlovic

To have a healthy Internet, RIPE community members need to maintain healthy bodies and healthy minds. The additional stress of COVID-19 makes it even more important to take care of the Physical Layer of a network(er)!

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General Meeting Changes in 2021

Fergal Cunningham

The May General Meeting (GM) is fast approaching, and with it an Executive Board election among other important topics for members. We’re implementing a few changes to our GM governance and processes this year. While we believe these changes will be integrated seamlessly, we’d like to highlight thr…

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