[Community-Discuss] Bylaws changes

Arnaud AMELINA amelnaud at gmail.com
Sat Nov 12 12:12:14 UTC 2016

Ì can see under this link https://www.arin.net/policy/pdp.html

Special Policy Actions

10.1 Emergency PDP

If urgently necessary pursuant to ARIN’s mission, the Board of Trustees may
initiate policy by declaring an emergency and posting a Recommended Draft
Policy on the PPML for discussion for a minimum of 14 days. The Advisory
Council will review the Recommended Draft Policy within 7 days of the end
of the discussion period and make a recommendation to the Board of
Trustees. If the Board of Trustees adopts the policy, it will be presented
at the next Public Policy Meeting for reconsideration

Arin has this in its pdp.Anything to learn from for this discussion?

Le 12 nov. 2016 11:11, "Alan Barrett" <alan.barrett at afrinic.net> a écrit :

> > On 12 Nov 2016, at 14:52, Christian Bope <christian.bope at unikin.ac.cd>
> wrote:
> > [Speaking on my own capacity.]
> >
> > As stated in my previous post related to item 13.
> > There are 2 key element we should all keep in mind and maintain.
> > 1. PDP guidelines shall be updated to describe how Board can adopt a
> policy.
> > 2. Board adopted policy must be ratified by the community. If not it is
> rejected.
> I’d say PDP guidelines should be updated to say how the community ratifies
> or rejects Board-adopted policy.
> On your point 2, yes, the proposed changes to Article 11.5 will give the
> community the power to reject Board-adopted policy.  Here’s the current
> version of the text:
> 11.5    Endorsement of policy adopted by the Board:
> (i) Any policy adopted by the Board under the provisions of Article 11.4
> shall be submitted to the community for endorsement at the next public
> policy meeting.
> (ii) In the event that such a policy submitted by the Board is not
> endorsed, the said policy shall not be enforced or implemented following
> its non-endorsement; however, any actions taken in terms of the policy
> prior to such non-endorsement shall remain valid.
> Sub-part (i) is the existing text.  Sub-part (ii) is new, and makes it
> clear that rejection by the community leads to the policy being cancelled.
> Alan Barrett
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