Here are my personal highlights from last week’s RIPE-68 in Warsaw/Poland, and some quick info on a secret little project of mine.
Table of Contents
00:00:45 Netconf/Yang tutorial (sorry, no video)
00:02:30 Geoff Huston on BGP in 2013
00:04:25 Dave Wilon on What went wrong with IPv6?
00:05:21 Jari Arkko on Strengthening the Internet against pervasive monitoring
00:06:15 Shane Kerr on The decline and fall of BIND 10
00:06:50 Helge Holz on Painting by numbers
00:07:21 Ragnar Anfinssen on Balancing end-user security and end-to-end connectivity
00:08:40 Sander Steffan on RIPE-554bis
00:09:30 Changes in the IPv6 working group chair team…
00:10:45 25 years of RIPE, and Rob Blokzijl resigning as the RIPE NCC overlord
00:11:35 Randy Bush on Cryptech
00:12:00 A premature disclosure of my secret little project: A hardware random number generator