RIPE 63: Daily Meeting Report - Friday
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Fri Nov 4 13:57:43 CET 2011
[Apologies for duplicate emails] Dear colleagues, A short summary of Friday's events at RIPE 63 can be found below. The full Daily Meeting Report, including photos, links to presentations, webcasts and further information, can be found at: http://ripe63.ripe.net/programme/report/thursday/ Friday Plenary Friday morning's Plenary began with updates from the other four Regional Internet Registries (RIRs). Axel Pawlik, Managing Director, RIPE NCC, also gave an update on the Number Resource Organization (NRO) Executive Council (EC) activities and Andrea Cima, Registration Services Manager, RIPE NCC, presented a global overview of allocation and assignment statistics. Filiz Yilmaz, Senior Director of Participation and Engagement, gave the IANA Update. Closing Plenary The Closing Plenary began with Geoff Huston, Chief Scientist, APNIC, giving an entertaining and informative presentation on IPv4 exhaustion. Next on the agenda were three IPv6-related lightning talks and one on "RPKI Validation Performance". The RIPE Programme Committee (PC) held elections for the revolving vacant seat. The audience thanked Rob Evans, who is standing down from the PC. Filiz Yilmaz was elected by the attendees in the room by show of hands. It was also announced that Joao Damas, IRC, was standing down from the PC. He received a standing ovation for his efforts in coordinating the RIPE Meeting plenary content over the last several years. Brian Nisbet was welcomed as his replacement. Rob Blokzijl, RIPE Chair, asked the Plenary if it agreed that the RIPE NCC could continue to use an address block for RIS activities. The attendees present agreed by show of hands. Marco Hogewoning, RIPE NCC, announced that the resource request for business operations he had presented on earlier in the week has been revoked. Nigel Titley, Chairman of the RIPE NCC Executive Board, announced that Wilfried Woeber had been selected as the RIPE NCC Executive Board appointee to the NRO Number Council (NC). Erik Romijn, RIPE NCC, gave the RIPE 63 Technical Report. A report from the Secret Working Group followed and Rob Blokzijl closed the RIPE 63 Meeting with a short overview of meeting statistics, thanked the meeting hosts, the organisation team and the attendees and encouraged everyone to take part in the RIPE 64 Meeting, Ljubljana, Slovenia.