RIPE 88

Birds of a Feather (BoF)

Monday, 20 May 18:00 - 19:00 (UTC+2)

Reading the Pulse, Measuring the Health and Resilience of the Internet with Internet Society Pulse
Hanna Kreitem, Internet Society

Pulse offers an overview of multiple measurements related to the health of the Internet, but how are they collected, and what do they mean? This BoF looks at the datasets and how they correlate, what information and knowledge we can learn from them and how to use it. Offering different use cases from network and service design and decision-making at the national level to research on resilience and access availability.

Where: Main room
 

Tuesday, 21 May 18:00 - 19:00 (UTC+2)

Building A Stable Future for the RIPE NCC
Remco van Mook

What we need to consider now is the bigger picture about how to move the RIPE NCC forward. The past several years have shown us that we have far outgrown the current structure of our organisation and governance. New pressures in the RIR system and new stakeholders we are accountable to have changed the landscape we operate in. On top of this, the current funding model of the NCC is not sustainable. We now have to sit down and do the hard work of completely reinventing how we manage our membership and our funding, while taking into account how we can mitigate current risks and future-proof the RIPE NCC.

This BoF is not a presentation by the RIPE NCC Executive Board on future plans! The article, and this BoF, I'm presenting in my personal capacity and are meant to kick start a wider discussion to solicit ideas and views on what future goals and activities RIPE and the RIPE NCC should be involved with.

Read the related RIPE Labs article

Where: Main room