[IANAOversight] Fwd: [Iana-transition] [IANAxfer@apnic] CRISP
team making good progress -- report from 2nd CRISP teleconference
seun.ojedeji at gmail.com
Sat Dec 13 09:05:22 UTC 2014
Thanks for sharing this, just to be clear it does seem
proposals/contributions from the AFRINIC region are not added to the
summary. I recall there were 2 proposals and there were survey outcomes
that needs to be incorporated
On Sat, Dec 13, 2014 at 8:08 AM, Adiel Akplogan <adiel at afrinic.net> wrote:
> Begin forwarded message:
> *From: *"Sweeting, John" <john.sweeting at twcable.com>
> *Subject: **[Iana-transition] FW: [IANAxfer at apnic] CRISP team making good
> progress -- report from 2nd CRISP teleconference*
> *Date: *December 12, 2014 at 23:46:04 PM GMT+4
> *To: *"iana-transition at arin.net" <iana-transition at arin.net>
> FYI – This is a very good summary sent out to the APNIC list from Craig
> Ng and since I was unable to attend this call I thought I would share with
> this list. Thank you.
> On 12/11/14, 6:59 PM, "Craig Ng" <craig at apnic.net> wrote:
> Last night, the CRISP team met for the second time this week. Eleven
> out of the 15 CRISP team members were present. In addition, there were
> about 13 observers on the Webex teleconference call. Izumi Okutani (APNIC
> region) chaired the meeting.
> I feel that we are making strong progress towards coming up with a
> consolidated proposal for the five RIRs.
> The meeting considered two documents that were circulated prior to the
> meeting (both documents are attached to this email):
> 1. A draft response (*Draft Response*) to the ICG's request for
> proposal, prepared by Andrei Robachevsky (RIPE NCC region). The Draft
> Response was originally the work of the RIPE NCC region's CRISP team
> members, but also incorporates some of ARIN's contents, and shows tracked
> amendments from Michael Abejuala (ARIN region staff).
> 2. A summary of the current proposals (*Summary of Proposals*) which
> have previously been circulated and discussed amongst the communities of
> APNIC, RIPE NCC and LACNIC. This document highlights the common approach,
> with a suggestion for a way forward to accommodate the differences (this is
> a document I prepared).
> The meeting spent some time to discuss the Summary of Proposals document.
> Essentially, the suggestions contained in this document are that:
> - There will be an IANA Service Level Agreement (*SLA*) between the
> RIRs and ICANN (referred to in the documents as the IANA functions operator
> for neutrality). This is a common approach adopted by all RIRs;
> - There will not be a separate Affirmation of Commitments or
> Memorandum of Understanding between the RIRs and ICANN, but the substance
> of matters that were intended for this document will be captured in the SLA;
> - There will not be a Multi-stakeholder Oversight Numbers Council
> (MONC) as proposed by the LACNIC community, but that the Number Resources
> Organisation (NRO) can empanel a broad-based community group on an annual
> basis to report to, and to advise, the NRO on whether the IANA functions
> operator has adequately performed its obligations under the SLA, to the
> required standard, for the past year.
> The RIR community representatives on the CRISP team were consulted on this
> approach, and there was general acceptance of this approach. None of the
> team member voiced an objection to this approach.
> Progressing from here, Michael Abejuala (ARIN region staff) agreed to be
> the principal editor of the Draft Response document. The Draft Response
> document will now be updated to reflect the general agreement reached, and
> will incorporate any further changes which CRISP team members may propose
> on the mailing list.
> The aim is to have this Draft Response document finalised and released
> to the community for consultation on 17 December.
> The next CRISP team teleconference call will take place on 17 December
> at 13:00 UTC.
> Link to NRO page on current CRISP activities: <
> (APNIC staff appointee on the CRISP team)
> Craig Ng
> General Counsel, APNIC
> e: craig at apnic.net
> p: +61 7 3858 3152
> m: +61 416 052 022
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