Re: [rrg] Rebooting the RRG

Matthias Wübbeling <> Tue, 04 February 2014 17:59 UTC

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Hi list,

i'm rather new to the rrg mailing list and the first thread i've to
follow is "rebooting the rrg". I didn't know and hardly can believe,
that there is currently no ongoing research regarding routing issues.
But that's what the discussion looks like.

As a phd student at University of Bonn (it-security group) i'm
currently working in the field of BGP inter-AS routing anomalies and
the evaluation and classification of these.

I'm interested in the past and future work of the rrg and i'll try to
attend the meeting in london, if i'm able to convince my boss of the
necessity of it and get it paid :)

Unfortunately i can't present results at the very next meeting because
they are not yet made up.

You, as rrg veterans should keep it alive and find young researchers
to support it now and in the future.

Thanks for your time.

Kind regards,


On 04.02.2014 17:52, Eggert, Lars wrote:
> Hi,
> On 2014-2-4, at 17:30, Scott Brim <> wrote:
>> Getting together informally in London would be great, because by 
>> sitting down together, even if it's only a few of us, we may
>> generate enough energy and focus to do something in IRTF.
> I'd be happy to get anyone wanting to make this happen a room for a
> side meeting; or just pick a pub and announce the time.
> Lars
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