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Community Projects Fund Recipients

Register for the Open Houses

26 April 2024 2 May 2024
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We invite you to the upcoming RIPE NCC Open House events, offering a focused update from the projects selected for the Community Projects Fund in 2023. These sessions will provide insight into the progress, challenges, and forthcoming goals of each supported initiative.

During these sessions, recipients of the 2023 RIPE NCC Community Projects Fund will present their projects, summarising their journey so far and providing updates on their current progress. There will also be a Q&A session, offering you the opportunity to engage directly with the project teams.

Background

The RIPE NCC has been a foundational pillar in the Internet technical community for over three decades. Seven years ago, we deepened our commitment to fostering innovation by introducing the RIPE NCC Community Projects Fund. Despite the abundance of remarkable initiatives within the community, securing adequate funding continues to be a significant barrier for many. The RIPE NCC Community Projects Fund was established to alleviate this challenge, empowering projects that aim to make a meaningful impact on the Internet and its users.

2023 Selected Projects

The sessions are scheduled as follows, showcasing the diverse and innovative projects funded this year:

First Session: 26 April 2024, 10:00 - 11:30 CEST (08:00 - 09:30 UTC)

  • Rob Allen: Secure Time for IoT Devices: Developing the Roughtime Proposed Standard
  • Tobias Fiebig: Measurement.network: Organizing Active Measurements
  • Ioana Livadariu: SubZero: Monitoring the Deployment Impact of the Submarine Cable System

Second Session: 2 May 2024, 10:00 - 11:30 CEST (08:00 - 09:30 UTC)

  • Thomas Holterbach: Designing the Next Generation of Public BGP Route Collection Infrastructures
  • Raffaele Sommese: Anycast Discovery: Daily Mapping the Anycast Landscape for Enhanced Internet Resilience
  • Suelette Dreyfus and Richard Prospesel: Community Canary: One of the First Community Projects Trying Tor's Rust Implementation Arti

We warmly invite all members of the Internet technical community and anyone interested in the advancement of Internet infrastructure and technology to join these sessions.