[ncc-services-wg] RIPE 53: Minutes NCC Services WG
Kurt Erik Lindqvist kurtis at kurtis.pp.se
Fri Oct 20 11:57:33 CEST 2006
Please find attached the minutes of the last working-group meeting. - kurtis - Begin forwarded message: > > > RIPE 53 NCC Services WG Session > ------------------------------- > > Thursday, October 5th 2006 16:00 - 17:00 > > A. Administrative matters > > Welcome > Chairs: Kurt Erik Lindqvist and Bijal Sanghani > Scribe: Agata Peszkowska RIPE NCC > Distribute participant list > Finalise agenda > Minutes RIPE 52 approved > > > B. RIPE NCC update, Vision and Focus 2007: Proposed changes to > activities in 2007 > Axel Pawlik RIPE NCC > http://www.ripe.net/ripe/meetings/ripe-53/presentations/ > ripe_ncc_vision.pdf > > Axel asked for volunteers for the Task Force? > > Gert Doering, Ruediger Volk and Nigel Titley volunteered. > > Questions/Comments: > > Max Tulyev commented that RIPE NCC should educate ISPs on new > technologies (eg. DNSec, ENUM, IPv6) and their implementation. > > Axel Pawlik agreed that this kind of input can be conceived as > stepping on the toes > of businesses offering such services. > > Lars-Johan Liman agreed. The RIPE NCC should be an organisation > that does things on request of the RIPE Community. It should > nothave its own agenda, pushing advertising and such. > > Max Tulyev stated he was talking about presentations to target > groups and lectures at the > universities. > > Axel commented that the RIPE NCC relies on the LIRs to stimulate > these activities in your areas. The RIPE NCC is awaiting input and > ideas. > > C. Training Services update - Rumy Kanis RIPE NCC > http://www.ripe.net/ripe/meetings/ripe-53/presentations/ > training_services.pdf > > Rumy introduced the Training Services team > > Rumy asked if anyone had visited the E-Learning Centre. Two people > responded that they had. > There were no questions. > > D. Open microphone session > > Kurt Lindqvist strongly encouraged the attendees to participate in > discussions > and come forward with any issues of concern. > > There was a discussion in Database WG about email security. The > RIPE NCC mail servers don't support TLS. Would it be possible for > the RIPE NCC to assess the situation and see whether it can be > enabled? > > Action RIPE NCC: Andrei Robachevsky, RIPE NCC, agreed that the RIPE > NCC would investigate and report back at/by the next RIPE Meeting. > > There was general support for this in the room. > > Max Tulyev proposed that a charging scheme should be implemented > for IPv6 minimum allocation and PI. > > Kurtis Lindqvist advised that this should be brought up in the RIPE > NCC General Meeting discussions. > > Z. AOB > > None.