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Deploy360 4 November 2014

RIPE69 Meeting In London Is Underway

Jan Žorž
By Jan ŽoržFormer Operational Engagement Programme Manager

RIPE 69 logoThe RIPE69 meeting in London started on Monday, where I had the honor and privilege to co-chair the opening session that kicked-off the meeting to its full speed. We heard some brilliant presentations in plenary sessions and finished the day with RIPE BCOP TF meeting that brought us a fully packed agenda of speakers that presented their ideas for BCOP documents. Some of them were finishing the documents and asking the community for consensus. Some of them were in the middle of the work asking for co-authors from the community and some of them were proposing new ideas for starting a document and asking for help with writing.

The atmosphere during the meeting was very enthusiastic. There were quite some good questions and suggestions rendering the discussion very interesting. The presentations are published on the agenda page, as are video recordings of each presentation.

I am looking forward to more and more lively continuation of discussion on the RIPE BCOP mailing list and rising interest from the community to start documenting the best current operational practices…

Today we continue with RIPE69 meeting. The agenda is packed with good content and presentations.

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