The ENOG Programme Committee (PC) is getting ready to start working on
the programme for the ENOG7 meeting, which will take place in Moscow,
Russia, 26-27 May 2014.
The PC has already attracted a strong team of industry experts with
diverse regional and international experience, and we are looking for
new members to join us.
What is expected from a PC member?
- To actively participate in forming the programme of the ENOG meeting.
This implies active participation in the PC activities (teleconferences,
on-site meetings, reviews, etc.) and working towards reaching consensus
on decision points.
- To actively seek content that is relevant and interesting to the ENOG
community. This includes reaching out to presenters of interesting
talks, people involved in projects, research or other activities that
may be of interest to the community.
- To stay aware of the topics that address the needs and interests of
the ENOG community. This requires good knowledge of relevant regional
and/or international issues and usually assumes attendance of ENOG meetings.
- To actively publicize the meeting and its agenda to potential
attendees, using both personal contacts and social networking.
If you meet the above requirements and are willing to commit your
expertise and energy to the work of the ENOG 7 PC, please send an email
and tell us about yourself and your motivation to: <pc(a)enog.org>. Please
do this no later than *December 1, 2013*.
More information about ENOG: http://www.enog.org/
for the ENOG 7 Programme Committee
The ENOG 7/ RIPE NCC Regional Meeting opens in Moscow today at 12:00
If you cannot attend in person, you can follow the proceedings and
participate remotely by viewing the live webcast and using the chat
Your participation will ensure that this will be another excellent event
for the region!
ICANN has updated the IANA IPv4 Recovered Address Space registry after
LACNIC notified it that it has less than a total of a /9 in its inventory of
IPv4 address space. This triggered the activation the Recovered IPv4 pool,
which was created in the Global Policy for Post Exhaustion IPv4 Allocation
Mechanisms by the IANA.
The address space selection is made using software that tries to allocate
blocks based on the RIR managing the DNS for that /8. The software, along
with a worked example, is published at: https://github.com/icann/
The list of allocations can be found at:
[Russian version below]
In a week we'll meet at the ENOG7 meeting in Moscow. Let me remind you
that the ENOG PC is still accepting proposals for Lightning Talk slot,
as part of the Plenary program.
Lightning talks are short (5-10 minutes) presentations covering any
topic and may or may not include slides.
Lightning talk proposals can be made in advance of the meeting till
12:00 Monday, 26 May. The PC will decide which lightning talks to allow
by the end of that day and notify the presenters.
If you have an idea, a proposal or an issue you want to introduce to
your colleagues please submit your proposal in the coming days at:
See you next week!
for the ENOG PC
Меньше чем через неделю мы встретимся на ENOG7 в Москве. Позвольте
напомнить вам, что Программный Комитет (ПК) продолжает прием заявок на
Блиц-доклады - это короткие (5-10 мин) сообщения на любую тему, имеющую
отношение к ENOG, которые могут быть представлены со слайдами или без.
Заявки принимаются вплоть до 12:00 в понедельник 26 мая. ПК выберет
лучшие доклады в тот же день и уведомит докладчиков.
Если вы хотите поделиться идеей, предложением или проблемой -
пожалуйста, сделайте заявку:
До встречи на следующей неделе!
по поручению ПК ENOG
I would like to draw your attention to a message from Hans Petter Holen,
the RIPE Deputy Chair, attached below.
Over the past few months a small task force has been working on some
minor changes in the RIPE Policy Development Process. These changes
should allow for a more speedy conclusion of the RIPE PDP and for the
collective of RIPE Working Group Chairs to act as an appeals body
throughout the process. The Task Force has now come to a conclusion -
the proposed revision is attached to this email, and community feedback
is being sought. It’s intended that these changes can be put in place
during the upcoming RIPE Meeting.
This document is very important as it describes how RIPE policies can be
made or changed and I would like to urge the whole community to review
this document and provide feedback.
Feedback can be sent to the RIPE Community mailing list, more
information about subscribing/posting to this list and the public
archives is available via
Director of External Relations
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Hans Petter Holen <hph(a)oslo.net>
> Subject: Updates to RIPE-500: Policy Development in RIPE
> Date: 4 mei 2014 13:55:55 CEST
> To: ripe-list(a)ripe.net
> Dear colleagues,
> The Working-group chairs have for some time been discussing how to improve the Policy Development Process as described in RIPE-500. A small task force with Brian Nisbet as the coordinator and Ondrej Filip, Nick Hilliard and Hans Petter Holen as members has worked out the final details in the text.
> The wg-chairs have reached consensus on the attached proposal.
> The main change in the PDP is to allow the Working-group Chairs of the working-group developing the policy to declare consensus.
> This allows for a more timely conclusion of the PDP, but also allows for the Working-group chairs collectively to act as an appeals body.
> I am circulating the new text now for community review and the intent is to put this in place at the coming RIPE meeting.
> Yours Sincerely,
> Hans Petter Holen
> RIPE Deputy Chair