The current version (v0.1) knows only about IPv4 address space. We went for the most difficult part first. ASNs and IPv6 address space will follow (please note the follow-up articles below describing additional functionality about the Resource Explainer).
INRDB is a non-conventional database hosting many different, number resource related data sets.
Instructions for some popular programs are below.
RIPE Labs is a new platform designed by the RIPE NCC for network operators, developers and industry experts to expose, test and discuss innovative Internet-related tools, ideas and analysis that can benefit the RIPE community and RIPE NCC members.
These are the slides Daniel Karrenberg presented - well tried to present when the laptop broke down - at the Moscow Regional Meeting. The version on offer here includes a few extras that didn't make it to the screen in Moscow.
Labs is being built. We're almost ready to go. Find out about the early days of RIPE Labs
We look at the consumption rate of 16-bit ASNs and try to make an educated guess on how long they would last if the current allocation rules would be extended.
With Labs getting off the ground, it was time to find someone to power the building of a dynamic and diverse community.
The forums in Drupal look good enough for the purpose and the web folks like the platform. Looks like RIPE Labs will be launched based on Drupal.
Long before this sparkly site came along, the team with the ideas tested out other platforms and solutions to deliver RIPE Labs.
Finally got everyone convinced of Robert's idea. I am excited. With RIPE Labs we will get more people involved in innovation at the RIPE NCC again ...
RIPE Atlas Hackathon Presentations
Robert has gotten the RIPE Labs idea down as an outline now. Much discussion with him and in Science Group. Will present to senior management shortly.