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The Abuse Contact Management (ACM) Task Force proposes policies and procedures to maintain the accuracy of abuse contact information in the RIPE Database.
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The Address Policy Working Group develops policies relating to the allocation and registration of Internet number resources (IPv4 and IPv6 addresses and ASNs) by the RIPE NCC and its members. Anyone with an interest in Internet numbering issues is welcome to observe, participate and contribute to the WG.
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The Anti-Abuse Working Group is open to anyone with an interest in combating network abuse. Areas such as cybersquatting and hosting illegal content are beyond the scope of the WG. The WG advises relevant parties such as Internet service providers (ISPs), governments and law enforcement agencies on both technical and non-technical methods of tackling abuse. This mailing list was previously the "anti-spam-wg", the archives of which are still publicly available on the RIPE NCC website.
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The Best Current Operational Practices (BCOP) Task Force was formed at RIPE 67 in October 2013 to initiate and coordinate the process of documenting good common operational practices in networking.
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The Connect Working Group discusses all subjects related to IP interconnection, raises awareness about interconnection and its role on the global Internet, and educates policymakers on how interconnection works.
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The Cooperation Working Group is an open forum for discussion focusing on collaboration between the private and public sectors on Internet matters. This kind of collaboration has taken on increased prominence in recent years, as the wider Internet community strives to ensure that all voices are heard and the interests of all parties are considered. Fostering more open dialogue between all stakeholders is vital to ensuring the continued stability of the Internet.
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The Database Working Group is open to anyone with an interest in the RIPE Database. The group discusses changes to existing database objects, the creation of new objects and features, distribution of databases and security issues.
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The Domain Name System (DNS) Working Group discusses current DNS-related issues in technology and operations. The WG encourages deployment of DNS and related protocol components by collecting experience and documenting current practice and recommendations. Anyone with an interest in DNS is welcome to observe and contribute to the WG.
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The IPv6 Working Group is for anyone with an interest in the next generation Internet Protocol. The activities of the WG include education and outreach, sharing deployment experiences and discussing and fixing operational issues.
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The Measurement, Analysis and Tools (MAT) Working Group is a forum for the RIPE NCC and the RIPE community to collaborate in the areas of data, tools and analysis relating to the Internet and its infrastructure, with a loose focus on monitoring, diagnosis, analysis and forecasting. Anyone with an interest in these areas is welcome to observe and contribute to WG discussions.
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The Open Source Working Group facilitates open communication and coordination between open source software developers and the RIPE community, and is a platform through which developers can present recent updates, discuss their plans and receive feedback on their work for the mutual benefit of those developing open source software and those using it.
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The RIPE Academic Cooperation Initiative (RACI) aims to connect members of the academic community with the RIPE community. The RIPE community has strong ties with the academic community ever since the beginning of the Internet in Europe, and the goal of RACI is to strengthen those ties while promoting the work of talented researchers and academics in Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East.
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RIPE Atlas is building the largest Internet measurement network ever made. This mailing list is open to anyone with an interest in sharing experiences and information about the project.
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This mailing list is intended for RIPE-related general announcements and discussions. It should not be used for commercial purposes.
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The RIPE NCC Services Working Group discusses the tools and services provided by the RIPE NCC, and conducts an ongoing evaluation of the RIPE NCC Activity Plan. The WG does not replace RIPE NCC Membership Meetings, and the RIPE NCC Budget and fee structures are beyond the scope of this WG. This mailing list was preceded by "impt-dev" which was a forum for the development of tools specifically for LIRs and is publicly archived on the RIPE NCC website.
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The Routing Working Group defined the RIPE Routing Registry and promoted it worldwide. The WG exchanges information about the various Routing Registries. It is concerned with the growth of routing tables on the Internet and is working to decrease their size in Europe. Anyone with an interest in routing is welcome to observe and participate.
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This list is for the RIPE community to discuss the RIPE Chair selection procedure. To post a message to the list, send an email to ripe-chair-discuss@ripe.net. Please note that only subscribers can post messages.
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