[Community-Discuss] The Looting of AFRINIC
mark.tinka at seacom.mu
Thu Dec 5 13:11:04 UTC 2019
I don't disagree with that either.
I am certain AFRINIC are working on this, and I know there will be no
shortage of queries about this from the field, much to our
already-clogged e-mail boxes. I don't want to do the jobs of others; no
one is doing mine for me.
My preferred current focus - your last paragraph, below.
On 5/Dec/19 14:46, Mike Silber wrote:
> Be that as it may - that seems to ignore the fact that there appears
> to have been significant malfeasance regarding non-legacy space.
> I just want to ensure that we maintain a balanced view of the problem
> and not deflect it to focus only on the legacy space issue.
> It terms of priorities - it would make sense to me to focus on how
> space that should have been subject to the RSA has been
> mis-appropriated and then turn to the more difficult question of
> legacy space. If the current processes are open to abuse, then moving
> legacy space under those processes may not have the desired outcome.
>> On 5 Dec 2019, at 14:27, Mark Tinka <mark.tinka at seacom.mu
>> <mailto:mark.tinka at seacom.mu>> wrote:
>> Completely agree with Sunday.
>> On 5/Dec/19 13:02, Sunday Folayan wrote:
>>> Isn't it time to address Legacy space issues, specifically ancient
>>> squatters on spaces meant to develop the Internet in Africa, AfriNIC
>>> Services and bringing legacy spaces under some form of RSA?
>>> I urge the community to think beyond the sensation and let us see
>>> how to help and empower the people doing useful work for Africa.
>>> On 04/12/2019 6:23 PM, Ronald F. Guilmette wrote:
>>>> I hope you all will take the time to read and think about the
>>>> news story.
>>>> I will have more to say about this in due course. For the
>>>> moment, I only
>>>> wish to say that the investigation undertaken by myself and Jan
>>>> is ongoing, and that many others are provably involved.
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