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[AfriNIC-rpd] About the policy BOF

Alain Patrick AINA aalain at
Fri May 4 11:44:15 UTC 2007

>Thinks like what happened this morning should be avoided.
> Nobody has the right to interrupt the process (and even less when the
> actual chair has already asked to raise the hands in order to seek if there
> is consensus or not): There is a time for discussion and if anyone raise
> valid/funded concerns it is ok, but not vague things or wrong statements
> about objecting because whatever not being correct in those statements but
> is misleading the people in the room. It is a clear distortion of the
> process and should not be allowed.

the broken thing in the process yesterday was how the discussions was handled. 
The chair has said in his presentation of the policy what is the conclusion 
of his mail below

>From the above discussions on the mailing list, it seems that at the
moment there are more people against the current formulation of the
proposed policy than those for."

So the right step after jordi presentation should has been to try to reach 
consensus on the various issues raised on the mailing list.

We definitely need to fix the PDP.

Thanks AfriNIC for being proactive by calling the PDP BoF


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