Passionately curious, active in IT since 1993. Opensource enthusiast and IPv6 early adopter, currently I am the Chief Technology Officer at AS59715, a local government body in Italy. Former MANRS ambassador and MANRS Steering Committee member, I recently co-authored the book “BGP, from theory to practice”, already available in Italian, to be published in English by the end of 2022.
Statement of interest
I’m pleased to volunteer as a member of the Program Committee where I could make my experience and my knowledge available.
I, Magnus Frühling, work as a Senior Network Engineer at German Edge Cloud GmbH & Co. KG and since 2016 I am responsible for the finances of Freifunk Frankfurt.
Computers are not just a hobby for me past the last 15 years, it’s a passion and I actively work in the network area since 2015.
My main focus and professional interest is in the future of our growing Internet, to keep it free and open: IPv6, segment routing and observability.
Further interests include open source, Freifunk and fire fighting (physically and digitally).
Statement of Interest
I have participated in RIPE meetings frequently since 2017 (Budapest) with passion. I would like to contribute content with full commitment to keep the program relevant, diverse, and exciting.
I, Moin Rahman, am currently based in the Netherlands, pursuing my Masters Degree in Computer Security. Although my first RIPE meeting was in RIPE79, I have been actively following the RIPE WGs since 2016. I have 16+ years of professional experience running Network Operators in the Asia Pacific region. Before moving to the Netherlands I have been an active Community Member in the Asia Pacific region. I have joined and presented in multiple regional NOGs in AP region including APNIC, APRICOT, SANOG. I have also been a member of the PC for these conferences and recently I have also chaired for the APNIC54 PC. I am also an avid Community Trainer for APNIC and have conducted training on various topics including Network Security, System Administrations and IPv4/IPv6 Routing for the last 6+ years.
I am also a big enthusiast and advocate of The FreeBSD Project. I had been contributing to various areas of the project for nearly two decades. For more than 7 years now I have been a regular contributor and committer for ports/docs (bofh@). My primary interest is with ports but I also contribute in the docs automation and the CI builds of the FreeBSD src tree.
When I am not studying I am mostly busy with my small consultancy company where I help a small ISP in Germany with their day to day network operations and help another large company in designing and deploying their automation process.
And when I am really not doing either I am in the mountains of Nepal for mountaineering or trail biking.
Statement of Interest
As I have been engaged in the Internet Community in the Asia Pacific region for quite some time now, I believe my knowledge, experience and involvement can contribute to bridge the gap between Global South and Global North and can help bring some good content to future RIPE meetings.