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The State of IPv6 Support on the Tor Network

Gaba Rodriguez

The team behind the Tor Project has been making good on its goal to provide improved IPv6 support on the Tor network. Here's an update!

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The RIPE Chair Team Reports - February 2021

Mirjam Kühne

February was a short yet busy month, not just for the RIPE Chair Team, but for many of us in the RIPE community. We saw active discussions on the RIPE mailing lists and a variety of online events.

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Instant Messengers for Network Operator Groups

Alex Semenyaka

Alex Semenyaka takes a look at why and how Network Operator Groups (NOGs) in the RIPE NCC service region are turning to Instant Messengers as their first choice for communication.

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RIPE Chair Team Report - January 2021

Mirjam Kühne

After a busy start to the year, here's an update from the RIPE Chair looking at the RIPE Chair team's activities so far in 2021 as well as a number of noteworthy community developments.

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Live Blogging from FOSDEM2021

Vesna Manojlovic

FOSDEM is the largest European Free and Open Source Software developers conference. During the first weekend of February, thousands of volunteers flock to Brussels... but in 2021, as any other event, it has gone virtual. I am participating and want to share my impressions with the RIPE community in…

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10 years of NLNOG RING

Martin Pels

NLNOG RING allows engineers to access other networks securely so they can collect troubleshooting data without having to wait for the other side. Ten years after its launch, Martin Pels takes a look back on how the project came to be and how it evolved over the past decade.

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Remote Chaos Experience 2020

Vesna Manojlovic

There is a substantial overlap between RIPE and CCC communities. In this post, I highlight talks from the most recent event that might be inspirational and useful to our readers.

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Outcome of the AFRINIC Audit

Alun Davies

AFRINIC has completed a comprehensive audit of its WHOIS Database following the misappropriation of IPv4 resources that came to light in 2019. A full report on the outcomes of their audit is now available.

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IETF Hackathon Online - Finding New Ways to Collaborate

IETF Hackathons encourage the community to collaborate on running code related to existing and evolving Internet standards. The ongoing pandemic led to a need to find new ways to collaborate when meeting online. The online IETF 109 Hackathon was a recent example. A new Internet-Draft aims to docume…

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Report from the RIPE Atlas Software Probes Deployathon

Vesna Manojlovic

We are celebrating the completion of yet another community event: a hackathon designed to encourage the wide deployment of RIPE Atlas software probes. Read the detailed report and what we have learned here.

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