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12:06 < Susannah_RIPENCC> Hello. Welcome to the 11am Plenary session. My name is Susannah from the RIPE NCC. I will be monitoring chat during this session. If you have a question or comment, I can read it out for you. Please make your questions as clear as possible. I will read out any questions when the speaker asks for questions at the end of his/her presentation. Please note that all chat transcripts will be archived and made available to the public on http://
12:06 < Susannah_RIPENCC> Gert Doering has started the session
12:07 < dotwaffle> wm: it's being transcribed in Ireland I believe...
12:07 < Susannah_RIPENCC> @dotwaffle: it's being transcribed here in the room but the stenographers are from Ireland
12:08 < dotwaffle> Ah, that makes sense. Thank you for the clarification.
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12:09 < wm> must be hard, considered that most speakers are not from native english speaking countrys
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12:10 < Ben_RIPENCC> wm: yeah, its a great job they do of it
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12:10 < ripe931> р
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12:11 < wm> the APNIC speaker yesterday was really not what i expected, he sounded dutch or so :p
12:11 < ripe931> Русские есть?
12:11 < Susannah_RIPENCC> @WM" we've been using the same stenographers for several meetings now so they are quite experienced with wide array of speakers :)
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12:11 < ripe931> Русские есть?
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12:12 < wm> its good to have text to read, my english skills are not really good, as it was not teched at schools here (it now is afaik) - so my respect for them
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12:15 < wm> What internet uplink does the AS used for the meeting have? Like 1G? Why dont you use a normal uplink (GARR or SDSL) and stream over Ripe servers in NL rather than over expensive Italian uplinks?
12:15 < MatH> Colt donated the links?
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12:15 < erik_RIPENCC> wm, the streamer for the webcast is already in our offices in amsterdam
12:16 < Ben_RIPENCC> @wm: we have 2 links from colt, 1x1gbps and 1x100mbps as a backup
12:16 < Ben_RIPENCC> with bgp to GARR and backup to INROMA
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12:17 < wm> Not bad, streaming runs smooth over our IPv6 proxy in france back to turkey over türktelekom
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12:18 < Ben_RIPENCC> we build out our own network as atendees tend to demand a quality connection that never goes down ;-)
12:18 < Ben_RIPENCC> so nice to have it al under our control
12:19 < erik_RIPENCC> the current peak uplink traffic is about 50mbit, so we do need quite a bit of bandwith (see http://stats.ripemtg.ripe.net/ )
12:20 < wm> nice
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12:21 < MatH> I'm assuming the 1Gbit is purely for the latency rather than capacity then?
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12:22 < wm> Its europe - GARR probably has peering at most exchanges anyway, so latency should be no issue
12:22 < Ben_RIPENCC> yeah, we dont need the full bandwidth, it was meant to be 100mbps until friday last week when colt added another circuit to the hotel ;-)
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12:22 < MatH> paranoid, they don't want to be the guys who let the RIPE agm drop off net.
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12:24 < NeilZ> what is this talk on? (just joining for nico's talk on l2/l3)
12:24 < mneylon> NeilZ: spam
12:25 < shane> It seems everyone has an intuitive notion of how banks work. I wonder if this is actually true...
12:25 < Ben_RIPENCC> nieeilz: Transparency as Incentive for Internet Security: Organizational Layers for Reputation
12:25 < Ben_RIPENCC> John Quarterman
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12:26 < NeilX> thats better
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12:27 < shane> Who is the guy with the video camera?
12:28 < Susannah_RIPENCC> @Shane: We have RAI Uno and Sky filming here today
12:28 < Susannah_RIPENCC> We are big news :)
12:28 < MatH> wow
12:28 < shane> Thanks Susannah.
12:28 < shane> I'm glad I wore a clean shirt.
12:29 < shane> ;)
12:29 < Susannah_RIPENCC> :)
12:29 < wm> you dont fit the usual NERD stereotype then, so quick, make it dirty
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12:29 < NeilX> i can't believe spam is still a subjet at ripe!
12:30 < wm> 75% of all emails are spam
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12:30 < NeilX> i think it was on the agenda of the first ripe meeting in Rome
12:30 < NeilX> and that must have been like 15 years ago.
12:30 < mneylon> stop the spam and it will be off the agenda :)
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12:30 < NeilX> you'll never stop the spam though.;
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12:31 < NeilX> (sadly)
12:31 < mneylon> so why are you so suprised it's on the agenda?
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12:31 < NeilX> its a problem that can't be solved at this level.
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12:32 < NeilX> but this talk is actually quite good looking at the behavioural issues.
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12:32 < MatH> its like disease, you can't cure all disease. you can simply design better ways to fight it. certainly using commercial pressure as stated here is an excellent tool.
12:32 < shane> Yes, finally something addressing underlying issues.
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12:32 < NeilX> exactly\
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12:33 < Susannah_RIPENCC> Are there questions for John?
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12:33 < NeilX> i'm looking forward to my first spam from facebook not email but really email.
12:33 < shane> I have comments but apparently we have no time.
12:34 < Susannah_RIPENCC> shane you're in the room though?
12:34 < Susannah_RIPENCC> ah yes there you are :)
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12:37 < Susannah_RIPENCC> John has ended his presentation
12:37 < jelte> hmz now the traceroute to my 6to4 network gets past the routers here, but is stopped at if-0-0.hula.core.TRN.ipv6.ITgate.net...
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12:38 < Susannah_RIPENCC> Bengt Gördén has started his presentation on Gbps Open Source Routing
12:38 < wm> i need to use an our of country gateway, as Turktelekom has no path to the network announced by AS2121, so you are still better than me lol
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12:39 < Ben_RIPENCC> @jelte....strange, we didnt get chance to change anything yesterday but plan on having a look this evening at 6to4 issues....strange its now exiting our network
12:40 < jelte> hmz, strange indeed... the routers are not branded Skynet are they?
12:41 < Ben_RIPENCC> @jelte...nope ;-) a tips in the hostname mtgrtr-J1 ;-)
12:42 < Ben_RIPENCC> @wm...strange http://lg.turktelekom.com.tr/lg/ seems to show they see a path 1299 137 137 137 2121
12:44 < jelte> something with networking and complexity
12:44 < NeilX> susannah: are the ripe talks recorded?
12:44 < Susannah_RIPENCC> @nielX yes
12:44 < NeilX> thanks.
12:44 < NeilX> on the ripe website i assume?
12:45 < Susannah_RIPENCC> they will appear on the website soon
12:45 < NeilX> ok thanks.
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12:48 < Susannah_RIPENCC> @NeilX, I've just checked with the technical team and the webcasts from yesterday and today will be online either this evening or tomorrow.
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12:50 < wm> well Ben_RIPENCC TT infrastructure is just... not good, i dont wonder that the LG has one, i can trace the IPs but end up at some TT router in istanbul, where it dies
12:50 < shane> Show us pretty graphs! I'm dying for the punchline here!!!
12:51 < wm> should call them up later
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12:52 < Ben_RIPENCC> @wm sure, at least your working around the issue ;-)
12:53 < shane> I wonder... can you actually convince networking people to use PCs for routing?
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12:54 < wm> Quaga or whatever it is called
12:54 < wm> works not that bad
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12:54 < shane> Does anyone actually use Quagga in production though?
12:54 < pnk> shane: lots of people do
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12:54 < erik_RIPENCC> RIPE NCC RIS does :)
12:55 < Susannah_RIPENCC> Are there any question for Berngt?
12:55 < Susannah_RIPENCC> *Bengt
12:55 < mneylon> is there something funky going on with the wifi?
12:55 < Susannah_RIPENCC> *questions! Fat fingers today :)
12:55 < wm> uagga can easily do 500Mbps, if the pps are not too high
12:55 < wm> *Q
12:55 < erik_RIPENCC> mneylon, shouldn't be, where are you in the room?
12:56 < Ben_RIPENCC> @mneylon....not had any other reports...where abouts are you?
12:56 < mneylon> I'm over on the far right
12:56 < nick-rome> quagga is not a router
12:56 < mneylon> wifi has dropped completely for me a couple of times, but could just be my macbook being odd ..
12:56 < nick-rome> quagga is a RIB management engine
12:56 < nick-rome> mneylon: use ripemtga - it's usually more reliable
12:57 < mneylon> nick-rome: I switched to that one earlier then got dropped :)
12:57 < nick-rome> meh
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12:57 < mneylon> nick-rome: I'll "meh" you in a minute :)
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12:58 < tore> has the speaker mentioned filtering?
12:58 < jelte> i also experience random disconnects (had it at ietf as well), but that seems to be caused by a buggy wpa_supplicant on my linux machine (and luckily has not happened this session so far)
12:58 * tore was distracted a little bit and don't want to ask about something that was covered
12:59 < Susannah_RIPENCC> Can anyone help out Tore - I was also distracted with checking the chat streams :)
13:00 < mneylon> tore: I tuned out a bit ..
13:00 < Ben_RIPENCC> i missed it, its only mentioned once in his presentation slides
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13:00 < Susannah_RIPENCC> Oh there you are!
13:02 < Ben_RIPENCC> @mneylon....we'll keep an eye on it, cant see any big drop of clients or any APs playing up
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13:02 < Susannah_RIPENCC> Brengt has finished his presentation
13:02 < tore> chanced it =)
13:02 < mneylon> Ben_RIPENCC: it could easily be my laptop acting the goat - but I thought I'd ask
13:03 < wm> Kick the P2P filesharers, problem gone :)
13:03 < mneylon> lol
13:03 < Susannah_RIPENCC> Nicolas Fischbach has started his presentation about L2/L3 Integration
13:03 < Ben_RIPENCC> np, thanks for letting us know anyways just in case it is a problem
13:04 < Ben_RIPENCC> FYI: http://stats.ripemtg.ripe.net/ shows info on the network
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13:04 < mneylon> nice graphs :)
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13:05 < Ben_RIPENCC> gotta have some fancy graphs -)
13:05 < Ben_RIPENCC> ;)
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13:05 < mneylon> it's geektastic
13:06 < mneylon> you can see the coffee breaks clearly
13:06 < mneylon> :)
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13:07 < Matoa-30781> nico has some fancy graphs :)
13:07 < wm> Does anyone of you actually get paid by his company for watching the stream?
13:09 < will-h> when i cant go to a meeting i do often watch the stream yes
13:09 * masterF00 sits at a customer location being paid for sitting her per hour, so.. basically yes, but don't tell anyone :->
13:09 < masterF00> here
13:09 < masterF00> even
13:09 < Susannah_RIPENCC> @WM which company are you talking about?
13:09 < Susannah_RIPENCC> oh sorry, I see the speaker's company
13:10 < wm> in general anyone here
13:10 < jelte> you guys get payed?!
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13:11 < Susannah_RIPENCC> @WM there are people in this chatroom who are also at the location ...
13:11 < wm> i assumed that they get payed anyway ;)
13:11 < wm> *paid
13:12 < mneylon> I'm in the room
13:12 < Ben_RIPENCC> sure, most are here as a representative of their company so not like they are here on holiday
13:12 < masterF00> untrue, i would have to pay for being there since i'm a freelancer, so i prefer getting paid to watch the stream :->
13:13 < Susannah_RIPENCC> There is a fee to attend the meeting. Participating remotely is free.
13:14 < wm> depending on the distance the meeting fee is not really the highest cost for some people i think
13:15 < mneylon> the meeting fee isn't that much tbh
13:15 < will-h> the bulk of the cost is hotel
13:15 < mneylon> you'd pay as much to go to a crappy halfday event in Dublin
13:15 < shane> Don't listen to Jelte, he gets paid. Well, depending on the quality of his presentation on Thursday morning, of course. ;)
13:16 < mneylon> depends on the hotel :) I'm paying less than 500 euro for 6 nights
13:16 < keith-1280> the meeting hotel is a ridiculous price
13:16 < wm> still much for italy imo
13:16 < shane> The conference hotel is stupidly expensive.
13:16 * nick-rome is paying < €400 for 4 x nights (clean / pleasant room, too)
13:16 < mneylon> nick-rome: you're paying more than I am :)
13:17 < mneylon> nick-rome: though I wonder am I paying for you indirectly ... ..
13:17 < nick-rome> shortword probably booked your room though, the cheapskate
13:17 < nick-rome> heh
13:17 < mneylon> nick-rome: if you're here as INEX I'm probably paying ..
13:17 < nick-rome> yup :-)
13:17 < wm> i would have attended, but i did not get a visa :(
13:17 < mneylon> nick-rome: I do all my own booking
13:18 < shane> wm: where are you from?
13:18 < wm> turkey
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13:18 < shane> :(
13:18 < keith-1280> my hotel is ~100/night but has b0rked wifi and a/c :-(
13:19 < wm> a/c? in winter?
13:19 < mneylon> my hotel is fine apart from the wifi which sucks
13:19 < shane> Is that a common problem going to conferences in the EU, or is that only Italy?
13:19 < mneylon> well the wifi is ok - their dns is b0rked
13:19 < jelte> the cabled connection in my hotel works fine, wifi does not reach my room though
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13:20 < fhibler-33926> hey
13:20 < wm> i did think i dont need a visa, as for most of europe but it looks like i do - i hold a diplomatic passport though, not a normal one @ shane
13:22 < shane> @wm: ah, maybe that is a difference. Visas have been a problem for us lately, but normally Europe is easy to get to.
13:22 < wm> where are you from?
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13:25 < shane> We have staff in the US, Canada, and Europe. And someone stuck in Japan.
13:25 < wm> "stuck" lol
13:26 < will-h> i refuse to pay the 22eur a day for the wifi in my hotel
13:26 < shane> We also have people in the UK, which you might or might not consider part of Europe. ;)
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13:27 < wm> free hotspots should be common in rome will-h, at least they are here - if you are lucky you can connect to one from your room ;)
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13:27 < shane> @Will: more expensive hotels tend to charge more for Internet access. And breakfast. And beer.
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13:27 < Susannah_RIPENCC> Are there any questions for Nicolas?
13:27 < jelte> so for us most problems are us visas, but it seems it's getting much more difficult in general around the world
13:28 < Susannah_RIPENCC> @shane/Will Internet access *only* 16 Eur in meeting hotel :)
13:28 < jelte> shane: is that not the definition of 'more expensive'?
13:28 < will-h> wm: i'm not here to spend time in my room anyway
13:28 < Susannah_RIPENCC> Will said his was 22!
13:28 < keith-1280> anyone found any handy sources of prepay SIMs ?
13:28 < will-h> yes, it was - cheaper hotel tho
13:29 < will-h> keith-1280: yeah there are shops, but you have to show ID
13:29 < wm> yes
13:29 < wm> and a street address in italy
13:29 < will-h> down twoards termini i believe
13:29 < Ben_RIPENCC> @keith...possible not able to get them here...you need to register with id and all sorts of crazyness
13:29 < Susannah_RIPENCC> Nicolas has finished his presentation
13:29 < will-h> i can make one of those up
13:29 < keith-1280> ffs
13:29 < Susannah_RIPENCC> There is an extra talk now by Lorenzo Colitti
13:29 < keith-1280> that's worse than the US :-(
13:29 < Susannah_RIPENCC> from Google
13:29 < shane> Intuitively I would think a hotel that charges €250 a night would not *also* need to charge €20 for Internet access.
13:30 < Susannah_RIPENCC> :)
13:30 < wm> haha wait until you were in germany keith-1280, they want your ID at buying, address at buying, and then you need to activate it with an valid address over phone
13:30 < will-h> no
13:30 < will-h> i bought 5 sim cards in germany
13:30 < will-h> for 10eur
13:30 < jelte> hmm perhaps lorenzo is the one to ask why android tethering does not do ipv6
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13:30 < will-h> didn't need to show any ID
13:30 < will-h> vodafone had some 5-for-1 deal
13:30 < Susannah_RIPENCC> Shane - did you catch the title of this presentation?
13:30 < keith-1280> you can get them in vending machines in the UK. sigh
13:30 < wm> not really legal then, somehow a gray area
13:31 < will-h> wm: it was a proper vodafone store on the ku'dam
13:31 < shane> Susannah: no sorry
13:31 < will-h> can't really get more legit than that :-)
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13:31 < wm> yea
13:31 < Susannah_RIPENCC> Did anyone catch the title of this presentation?
13:31 < Ben_RIPENCC> World IPv6 Day
13:31 < Ben_RIPENCC> @susannah
13:31 < Susannah_RIPENCC> Thank you :)
13:32 < keith-1280> re talk: we're implementing a AAAA-ilter option in BIND as one solution to this
13:32 < keith-1280> AAAA-filter
13:32 < wtremmel> so, what are these MACs he does not want us to look at?
13:32 < wm> a google secret :p
13:32 < shane> They're in the autoconf IPv6 addresses, right?
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13:34 < GPF> Hmmm I'm watching the stream at the moment... this presentation isn't on the agenda, is it? was something switched?
13:34 < mneylon> Google talking about IPv6 ..
13:34 < Ben_RIPENCC> its an extra one just been added in
13:34 < shane> It's a last minute change.
13:34 < shane> For dramatic effect.
13:34 < GPF> okay
13:34 < Matoa-30781> it's not showing on the agenda but you can download the pdf on the website
13:36 < shane> 1 in 2000 users. This was discussed on the IPv6 ops list. We don't know the IPv4 failure rate, as a comparison.
13:36 < will-h> it's evil google keeping us from lunch
13:36 < Matoa-30781> foooooood
13:36 < dotwaffle> "please disable sex v6" - i love steno ;)
13:36 < will-h> shane: ipv4 failure rate is equal to number of users without internet ;-)
13:36 < Matoa-30781> anybody working in a noc, get a day off for this woild IPv6 day
13:37 < shane> We should do this on 2011-04-01.
13:37 < Melifaro> Matoa-30781: :))
13:38 < Matoa-30781> nice.. on a monday
13:38 < wtremmel> we should make 6th of June international IPv6 awareness day
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13:39 < Ben_RIPENCC> add AAAA and remove A records ;-)
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13:39 < mneylon> ouch
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13:40 < ripe653> wasnt this plneary scheduled to finish at 12:30? sorry to ask, but I just had to miss the rest of this morning talks :(
13:40 < stolpe> google is talking over lunch
13:40 < jelte> yeah i was also wondering last week how fast the world would adopt v6 if they made google, youtube and facebook v6-only
13:40 < Matoa-30781> will-h: get ready for food, everybody is hungry and will run for the best spots :p
13:41 < Susannah_RIPENCC> @ripe653 - yes, the session started slightly late and a last minute presentation was added
13:41 < pnk> jelte: we would just switch to something else :P
13:41 < ripe653> Thank you Susannah_RIPENCC :)
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13:42 < Susannah_RIPENCC> It should be ending soon - there are some questions
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13:47 < shane> Is there a single manager in the world who would approve such a plan?
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13:48 < rvs> well, there isn't even a single religion. so ruled out
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13:49 < mneylon> "old OS" aren't the problem *sigh*
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13:52 < wm> no insult, but the speaker looks like a hippie :p
13:52 < nick-rome> ?
13:52 < nick-rome> so?
13:52 < shane> I always thought Lorenzo looks like Snoop Dogg.
13:52 < mneylon> wm: what's your point?
13:52 < nick-rome> looks of networky type people look like hippies
13:52 < wm> yea
13:52 < Susannah_RIPENCC> @WM please remember that everything here is archived and made available on the ripe.net website ;)
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13:52 < mneylon> nick-rome: and if I wore a suit nobody would recognise me
13:52 < wm> yea.. i know
13:52 < wm> :D
13:53 < Susannah_RIPENCC> Snoop!?
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13:57 < shane> http://soulfulbeauty.com/images/articles/539-big-3-1269638628.jpg
13:57 < rvs> so people should present in suit and tie, groomed, if to be taken more seriously ?
13:57 < shane> They could be twins! And both rocl stars. :)
13:57 < Susannah_RIPENCC> The session has now ended