RIPE NCC hackathons bring together network operators, researchers, coders and developers to take on novel challenges in the spirit of cooperation.
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…
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.
Deploying software is fun when we can do it together, through a virtual deployathon, guided by mentors! Join us on 25 November 2020 to help us celebrate 10 years of RIPE Atlas by adding 10x10 software probes over 10 hours!
The Internet Health Report (IHR) is an open source project, partly funded by RIPE NCC Community Projects Fund, that monitors AS connectivity. This article is a quick introduction to IHR and shares some good examples of IHR monitoring capabilities. Interested? Take a look at our website (https://ihr…
Watching the videos from the Chaos Communication Club (CCC) is both an entertaining and educational activity. Our 2020 focus on sustainability has inspired me to share my favourite moments that seem most relevant to the RIPE Community and RIPE Labs audiences.