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RIPE NCC hackathons bring together network operators, researchers, coders and developers to take on novel challenges in the spirit of cooperation.

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Authenticated DNSSEC Bootstrapping: From Hackathon Project to Useful Software

Authenticated DNSSEC Bootstrapping: From Hackathon Project to Useful Software

Peter Thomassen

7 min read

At the RIPE DNS Hackathon 2023, a group of DNS enthusiasts started writing implementations of the Authenticated DNSSEC Bootstrapping protocol. After the event, the work continued, culminating in the completion of a module for Knot DNS. So what problem does the new feature address, and how can you u…

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Connected to Port 53 - A Report from the DNS Hackathon 2023

Connected to Port 53 - A Report from the DNS Hackathon 2023

Vesna Manojlovic

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DNS Hackathon took place during the weekend before RIPE 86 in Rotterdam. Co-hosted by DNS-OARC, Netnod and the RIPE NCC, it included 46 "hackers" who worked on 6 projects, had a lot of fun and many stroopwafels. Read about the results, and join us next time!

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Connect to Port 53: Join the DNS Hackathon 2023

Connect to Port 53: Join the DNS Hackathon 2023

Johanna Eriksson

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DNS-OARC, Netnod and the RIPE NCC invite you to join us for our DNS Hackathon in Rotterdam, 20 - 21 May 2023, taking place over the weekend before RIPE 86.

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Your Quantum Internet Hackathon Report for 2022

Your Quantum Internet Hackathon Report for 2022

Anastasiya Pak

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On 1-2 December 2022, together with the partners, the RIPE NCC organised a Quantum Internet Hackathon in Amsterdam, Dublin, Padua, Poznan, Sarajevo and online! It was great fun to work on the challenges and explore the mysteries of the Quantum Internet.

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Towards Climate Justice in Tech

Towards Climate Justice in Tech

Vesna Manojlovic

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Here is a summary of four green tech events I’ve attended this autumn: SIGCAS, SDIA, B&B, CJxDR. Find out what process lead me to "Three Principles of Sustainable Tech Governance: Limitations, Reparations, Solidarity". At the end, there is a long list of upcoming events for you to join and contribu…

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Take part in the Quantum Internet Hackathon 2022

Take part in the Quantum Internet Hackathon 2022

Karla White

7 min read

The RIPE NCC is co-organising a Quantum Internet Hackathon simultaneously in five nodes on 1-2 December 2022. Join us in Amsterdam, Dublin, Padua, Poznan, Sarajevo - and online!

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IETF Hackathon Online - Finding New Ways to Collaborate

IETF Hackathon Online - Finding New Ways to Collaborate

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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

Report from the RIPE Atlas Software Probes Deployathon

Vesna Manojlovic

8 min read

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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Let's Deploy Together: RIPE Atlas Software Probes Deployathon

Let's Deploy Together: RIPE Atlas Software Probes Deployathon

Vesna Manojlovic

11 min read

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!

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The Internet Health Report

The Internet Health Report

Romain Fontugne

7 min read

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…

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