Parallel Events

RIPE Atlas Tools Hackathon

Date: 14-15 November 2015
Time: Saturday 09:00-19:00, Sunday 09:00-21:00 (including party)
Location: JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel, Bucharest, Romania

Learn more in this RIPE Labs article.

Tutorial: How to Obtain and Manage Your IP Addresses

Date: Sunday, 15 November 2015
Time: 10:00-16:00
Location: Timisoara, JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel, Bucharest, Romania

Anyone interested in the policies and procedures around address space in the RIPE NCC service region will find this course useful. No prior knowledge of the topic is necessary. By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Manage your IPv4 and IPv6 addresses according to current RIPE Policies
  • Understand how to obtain IPv4 addresses through transfers
  • Protect your address space from hijacking

RIPE NCC members should register via the LIR Portal.

If you are not (yet) a member, please email us training [at] ripe [dot] net your name, the course name and whether you are vegetarian or not.

Net-grrls Lunch

Date: Tuesday, 17 November
Time: 12:30–14:00
Location: JW Steakhouse, JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel, Bucharest, Romania

All women and female-identified persons are welcome to join the net-grrls for lunch at RIPE 71. Join us to make new friends and expand your professional network!

PGP Key Signing Party

Date: Wednesday, 18 November
Time: 15:30–16:00
Location: Timișoara, JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel, Bucharest, Romania

During RIPE 71, a PGP Key Signing Party will be held. We encourage you to come along if you’re interested in building your web of trust.

Before the party

Before Wednesday 18 November at 12:00 you’ll need to email your PGP public key to Marco d’Itri.

During the party

At the party, you’ll be provided with a printed copy of the keyring. You’ll need to verify that your public key is listed correctly on it.

Each person present will read out the fingerprint of their own public keys for everyone else to verify. Please bring an independent copy of your key fingerprint (e.g. your business card) to read from. As each fingerprint is read out, you can mark your copy with a tick mark.

Next, each person will confirm their identity by showing a legal document (such as a passport or a driver’s license) to the other participants. After you’re satisfied with the identity of a participant, you can mark your copy with a second tick mark.

After the party

At the end of the party, each participant will have a printed sheet on which they will have placed tick marks to confirm public key fingerprints and identities. When you get home, you can download the keyring and sign each key that you have ticked. After that, you should send each signed key to the owner of the key.