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Policy proposal timeouts (was: Draft Agenda - AfriNIC-13 Public Policy Meeting [AfriNIC-rpd])

sm+afrinic at sm+afrinic at
Fri Nov 5 17:07:32 UTC 2010

Hi McTim,
At 07:56 05-11-10, McTim wrote:
>I think that is all that was submitted.  I'm just curious what the
>PDP-MG is going to do about it.

This is an individual comment; that was all that was submitted.  I 
posted a reply to the person ( ) and he 
didn't answer.

If the policy proposal fits the requirements on the PDP, it is put 
forward for discussion by the community.  This proposal is an odd 
case as even though the author didn't respond and as amendments have 
not be suggested, the proposal might still have to be discussed at 
the public policy meeting.

If AFPUB-2010-GEN-005 is ratified, the timeout period could be used 
to handle such a case.  The timeout is to push for proposals to be 
revised based on feedback from the community.  There is also a 
timeout so that a policy proposal is ratified and implemented in a 
timely manner.

S. Moonesamy 

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