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RIPE NCC General Meeting November 2014 - Minutes

The minutes of the RIPE NCC General Meeting November 2014 were published on 18 December 2014.

RIPE NCC Billing Procedure 2015

The RIPE NCC Billing Procedure 2015 is now published for RIPE NCC members.

RIPE NCC and EuroDIG: Open Call for Input

EuroDIG, the European Dialogue on Internet Governance, is an open forum that meets annually to discuss Internet governance issues of relevance to Internet stakeholders in Europe. EuroDIG 2015 will take place from 4-5 June 2015 in Sofia, Bulgaria. What issues do you think should be on the agenda?

RIPE NCC Regional Meeting in Tehran
ITU Plenipotentiary 2014: RIPE NCC Report

The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Plenipotentiary 2014 (PP-14) took place over three weeks in Busan, South Korea, from 20 October to 7 November. RIPE NCC staff attended the conference, alongside colleagues in the Internet technical community, and welcome the overall outcome of the event.

Launching the RIPE NCC Academy

The RIPE NCC is pleased to announce the launch of the RIPE NCC Academy, a virtual learning environment that allows you to take courses and obtain certificates online.

RIPE Community Selects CRISP Team Members

Following an open call for community volunteers, the RIPE Chair, Hans Petter Holen, has confirmed the appointment of two individuals from the RIPE community to the Consolidated RIR IANA Stewardship (CRISP) team.

Wilfried Woeber Appointed to NRO NC

Wilfried Woeber was appointed to the Number Resource Organization Number Council (NRO NC) by the RIPE NCC Executive Board.

RIPE NCC General Meeting November 2014

The RIPE NCC General Meeting (GM) was held 5-7 November 2014 adjacent to the RIPE 69 Meeting in London.

ICANN 51: Continuing Global Discussion of IANA Stewardship and ICANN Accountability

The 51st ICANN meeting was held in Los Angeles, USA, from 11-16 October 2014, with questions surrounding the IANA stewardship transition and the accountability of ICANN driving much of the agenda.