RIPE Atlas probes at hackerspaces

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Project: RIPE Atlas probes at hackerspaces, by BECHA

I am a Community Builder for RIPE Atlas and member of Technologia Incognita, Amsterdam Hackerspace -- and a friend of many other hackerspaces (see my other workshop at 29c3: https://events.ccc.de/congress/2012/wiki/Hackerspaces_exchange)

My goal is to have one RIPE Atlas probe installed in every hackerspace -- combining work and pleasure.

I also bring probes with me when I am visiting hackerspaces during Hackerspaces_tour

How to apply

If you want a RIPE Atlas probe:

   * go to access.ripe.net -> create a "user account" (unless you already have one)
   * log in - go to atlas.ripe.net/apply
   * fill in the details and in "method of delivery" say _ship it to me_
   * ... and we'll ship it to you...
   * once you plug it in (mark it to be "public")
   * please let me know when you have one working, so that i can add it to my list of probes-at-hackerspaces... 


Hackerspaces that have a probe

View within the RIPE Atlas

January 2013

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December 2012:

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Map at Hackerspaces.org

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By Nico: at hackerspaces.org wiki http://hackerspaces.org/wiki/RIPE_Atlas

    Instructions: you can add this to a hackerspace by editing it with a form 
    and select at the bottom the equipment "RIPE Atlas".

Map by Inigo

(coming up soon)

29c3

Workshops at 29c3

Slides

Slides of the talk given at 1st & 2nd workshop:

http://wiki.techinc.nl/index.php/File:29c3-atlas.pdf


Goodies for in the bag

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Goodies in the bag

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http://wiki.techinc.nl/index.php/File:IMG_3940.JPG



What is RIPE Atlas

RIPE Atlas https://atlas.ripe.net is a measurements network consisting of 3000+ HW probes that send pings, traceroutes, DNS queries etc either to fixed targets (root name servers) or do customized measurements by the people who are hosting the probes. Data is made available to everyone, in form of maps and raw data.

why should you want a probe

Probe hosts can get more details about their own measurements, earn "credits" for volunteering their bandwidth & electricity, and spend credits on customized measurements.

Video by Unicorn from RaumZeitLabor (in German!) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzg_Jq4aPpg

News and features

  • Source code published! May 2013!

https://labs.ripe.net/Members/philip_homburg/ripe-atlas-measurements-source-code


Lightning Talks

December 2012: TechInc opening party: http://wiki.techinc.nl/index.php/OOH

January 2013: Revspace Opening Party: https://revspace.nl/2.0_release_party

May 2013: Randomdata workshop - coming up!

TO DO

  • add map showing which hackerspaces & probes
  • distribute more at OHM2013

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