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Meeting: RIPE 55, Amsterdam
Date: Wednesday, 24 October
Time: 16:00 - 17:00 (UTC +0100)
Chair: Kurtis Lindqvist
Jabber: Susannah Gray
Scribe: Franz Schwarzinger


A. Administrative Matters

  • Welcome
  • Chairs: Kurt Erik Lindqvist and Bijal Sanghani
  • Scribe: Franz Schwarzinger, RIPE NCC
  • Jabber: Susannah Gray
  • Distribute participants list
  • Finalise agenda
  • Added a point to the A.O.B. Jim Reed to talk about DNSSEC workshop on Monday
  • Moved Training Services Update before the RIPE NCC Update
  • Arno Meulenkamp will be doing the Training Services Update instead of Rumy Kanis

B. Update on Training Services - Arno Meulenkamp, RIPE NCC


No questions

C. Report from the RIPE NCC - Axel Pawlik, RIPE NCC


Nick Hilliard (INEX) asked if there are plans for a new billing model after IPv4 depletion.

Axel Pawlik stated that there are various plans involving resource certification but he has not got any details yet.

D. Proposal to Change DNSMON Policy - Ondrej Sury


Carsten Schiefner, on behalf of DENIC, said he would like to see this proposal implemented.

An attendee, stating to talk for, said he also approves this proposal.

Esther Makaay (SIDN) als approved this proposal.

The WG-Chair asked if anyone outside of the enum community has anything to add.

Mike Hughes (LINX) approved the proposal as well and mentioned that silence should be taken as consent.

The WG-Chair proposes to carry out further steps on the mailing list.

D. Open Microphone

No comments.

Z. A.O.B.

DNSSEC Key Repository - Jim Reed

There are no slides available for this talk.

Jim Reed talked about the formation of the Task Force, recent developments and the outcome of the DNSSEC Key Repository Workshop on Monday. He proposed that the RIPE NCC should work together with the Task Force members and define the requirements of a centralised trust anchor.

The NCC should present this by the end of January 2008 and the Task Force will review it by the end of February 2008. A consensus was already achieved in the DNS-WG and Jim Reed asked the NCC-Services WG if this proposal is appropriate.

Kurt Erik Lindqvist (NETNOD, not as WG-chair) asked about any planned exit strategies.

Jim Reed answered that this is a valid point and should be addressed.

WG-chair asks if anyone is opposed to this proposal.

No comments, WG-chair sees a consensus.

The WG-chair asks for any other business.

The Session ended.

Highlight Points:

A consensus was reached on Ondrej Surey's proposal to change the DNSMON Policy.