[afrinic-anti-spam-discuss] step0

Michuki Mwangi michuki at kenic.or.ke
Tue Jun 12 09:51:34 SAST 2007

Without belaboring this further it seems that there is an inclination of
interest in having an objective laid out for the discussion
WG/SIG/Mailing list.. is that the case?.

If thats the case, my suggestion would be that the discussions continue
as is over the next 30 days and the chairman of the BOF with the help of
the members seek to identify the key items and develops an objective or
TOR for it. That way in a month we can have some sort of goal to guide
our direction.

The continued discussions will assist in formulating this .

Alain Patrick AINA wrote:
>>> A SIG needs a charter.
>> No necessarily ... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special_Interest_Group
> "In the computer field, a Special Interest Group is a community with a 
> particular interest in a specific technical area. It is usually abbreviated 
> SIG. Thus there are SIGs for computing architecture, graphics, security, and 
> so forth.
>  Members of an SIG cooperate to effect or to produce solutions within their 
> particular area, and often meet regularly particularly during computing 
> conferences."
> how do you achieve SIGs goals ? how  do you measure achievements ?  how do you 
> dissolve  a SIG ?
> In RIR context,  you can see APNIC new SIG guideline at 
> http://www.apnic.net/meetings/archive/sigs/index.html
> --alain
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Michuki Mwangi

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