[ncc-announce] RIPE 63 Daily Meeting Report - Monday
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Mon Oct 31 20:13:32 CET 2011
[Apologies for duplicate emails] Dear Colleagues, The RIPE 63 Meeting opened today. A short summary of Monday's events can be found below. The full Daily Meeting Report, including photos, links to presentations and further information, can be found at: http://ripe63.ripe.net/programme/report/ RIPE 63 Plenary The RIPE 63 Meeting began Monday afternoon with welcome addresses from Rob Blokzijl, RIPE Chair, and the RIPE Meeting hosts, Christian Panigl, UniVie/ACOnet/VIX, and Robert Schiscka, nic.at. Desiree Miloshevic, of the Oxford Internet Institute, then gave an introduction to the results of the recent RIPE NCC Membership and Stakeholder Survey The Plenary continued with a detailed presentation by Emile Aben, RIPE NCC, on “World IPv6 Day - What Did We Learn?”. The presentation showed statistics from the day itself and concluded that it was a positive experience. Brian Nisbet, HEAnet, with the first technical presentation of the week, had the attendees laughing out loud at his amusing account of HEAnet’s experience with “Cisco CRS-1 & IOS-XR”. The second Plenary session began with an emotive speech from Daniel Karrenberg, Chief Scientist RIPE NCC, entitled "Almost 20 Years of RIPE NCC: A Personal View on Current Challenges". It was followed by a high-level panel discussion on resource certification (RPKI). The discussion saw lengthy debate on the technical and potential regulatory issues surrounding certification. RPKI Workshop Earlier in the day, a RPKI workshop was held. Around 80 people participated in the event, during which they had the chance to make use all of the available open source tools and configure routers to base routing decisions on RPKI data. BoF: RIPEstat Demo The RIPEstat demo took place during Monday’s BoF session. The demo gave an overview of the purpose of RIPEstat, explained some features related to the application’s views, mentioned the new iPhone/iPad version that was released yesterday and outlined upcoming features. More information about RIPEstat and the demos can be found online at: https://labs.ripe.net/Members/kistel/ripestat Database Tricks and Tips Around 35 people attended the "Database Tricks and Tips" session, run by the RIPE NCC, on Monday morning. The session introduced attendees to the most important objects in the RIPE Database, showed simple ways to get precise information and explained the best methods for updating the database. There was also some discussion of geolocation. Abuse Contact Management Task Force The Abuse Contact Management Task Force held their fourth meeting on Monday morning. The goal of the task force is to propose a solution for abuse contact provision by members. The task force will report back to the Anti Abuse Working Group on Tuesday afternoon. The task force also came up with a policy proposal outline that will be submitted in the coming weeks.