APNIC participated at the DNS OARC 29 and 39 CENTR Technical Workshop from 13 to 14 October and RIPE 77 from 15 to 19 October 2018 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
The DNS OARC 29 and 39 CENTR Technical Workshop welcomed around 200 participants, the biggest turnout so far, and included much discussion about the successful DNSSEC KSK Rollover, which occurred on 11 October 2018.
Sunday 9am and full house @dnsoarc meeting. #DNS braintrust – many dedicated folks who keep Internet safe and secure thru #informationsharing #research and #technologyinnovation. Love seeing competitors work together for greater good. Check out https://t.co/vPHOMHWEup pic.twitter.com/slCp2Z1bMH
— merike kaeo (@estodoubleshot) October 14, 2018
Welcoming around 800 participants, the five-day RIPE 77 meeting included workshops, plenary and working group sessions on topics relating to BGP, RPKI and the DNS. There was also substantial whois related content across the anti-abuse, services and database working groups with various presentations from staff and the community on topics such as abuse contacts and the registration of physical/legal addresses of resource holders.
- At RIPE 77, Paul Wilson presented on the key findings of the 2018 APNIC Survey at the RIR session. Read more about the 2018 APNIC Survey findings. Paul also presented the NRO update as Chair of the NRO EC.
Paul Wilson is giving the NRO Update here at the #RIPE77 Meeting @AFRINIC @apnic @TeamARIN @lacnic @RIPE_NCC pic.twitter.com/kso52CMGtF
— Number Resource Org (@theNRO) October 19, 2018
- Vivek Nigam joined the RIPE NCC Registration Services team for a knowledge sharing session on best practice processes.
- George Michaelson participated at the DNS OARC 29 and CENTR 39 Technical Workshop as a member of the DNS-OARC board.
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