I hope this finds you well. Today I’m writing with the first of many newsletters that you’ll receive on this mailing list. In each monthly edition, we’ll provide updates about M-Lab such as changes to our platform and pipeline, data schemas, community tools, best practice analyses, community case studies, documentation and guides, and more. Ultimately, our goal is to communicate with you on a more regular basis, so we encourage you to reply with any questions or comments that come to mind. Additionally, as part of our efforts to communicate more effectively, we’ve established a lightweight set of community guidelines that we ask participants to keep in mind as you engage here and on any other M-Lab hosted forum. If there is anything you’d like to see in these newsletters, please do let me know. And without further ado!
In 2021, Measurement Lab will facilitate a series of community calls focusing on 3 core topics: General M-Lab updates, Internet Measurement Research and Broadband Advocacy/Policy. We will rotate through these topics on the fourth Wednesday of every month and every meeting will take place at 11am EST for 60-90 mins.
For researchers, policy makers, governing bodies, advocacy groups, or anyone who wants to understand M-Lab data and how it compares to other internet measurement data sets, M-Lab has begun to develop recommendations for appropriate use of our data in their analyses and reports.
Performing a measurement with ndt7 on the M-Lab platform now requires an access token issued by the Locate API v2.
The M-Lab team is excited to officially announce the launch of the Wehe measurement service on the platform. Working closely with the Wehe research team headed by David Choffnes, Associate Professor at Northeastern University, M-Lab launched the new measurement service, which is focused on net neutrality, in late 2020. The French telecom regulator, Arcep, announced their integration of Wehe in December.