Attendees checked in: 410
The first session on Friday morning was the RIR/NRO reports. The following updates were given:
- AfriNIC Update
Ernest Byaruhanga, AfriNIC Policy Manager
Leslie Nobile, Director, Registration Services
- APNIC Update
Paul Wilson, Director General
- LACNIC Update
Carlos Martínez, R&D Engineer
- NRO EC Update
Paul Wilson, APNIC Director General
- NRO Statistics
Andrea Cima, RIPE NCC Registration Services Manager
- IANA Update
Filiz Yilmaz, Senior Director of Participation and Engagement
The last section of the session was taken up with elections for the RIPE Programme Committee (PC), the results of which were announced in the Closing Plenary.
The Closing Plenary of RIPE 64 saw Jan Zorz elected to the PC. After a successful RIPE Meeting, Jan was a popular choice and the announcement was very warmly received. We’d like to thank Jan and all the RIPE Meeting hosts for having us this week.
Razvan Oprea from the RIPE NCC gave the technical update from the RIPE NCC. It was a very good week from a technical point of view, and Razvan noted that this was largely due to the feedback received from the RIPE Meeting attendees.
RIPE Chair Rob Blokzijl gave the meeting statistics. There were 410 meeting attendees, and 33% of these were first-time RIPE Meeting attendees, which is very encouraging. He concluded by inviting everyone to come to RIPE 65 in Amsterdam. We hope to see you there.