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RIPE NCC Roundtable Meeting February 2006

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The February 2006 RIPE NCC Roundtable Meeting for Governments and Regulators took place on Tuesday, 7 February 2006, at the Schiphol Sheraton in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

The focus of the discussions was on issues of relevance to governments and regulators such as:

  • How to participate in and influence IP address management policy-making
  • The industry self-regulatory, open structures and processes used by the RIPE NCC and the global Internet community
  • RIPE and the Policy Development Processes
  • IPv4/IPv6 address space
  • The Root Name Server System - Operation of the K-root Server
  • Public Policy Aspects of Address Space Allocation

 

Attendees included RIPE Chair, Rob Blokzijl (pictured), RIPE NCC Public Affairs Officer, Roland Perry, and a range of government representatives, regulators and industry partners from Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia.