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[AfriNIC-rpd] Call for policy proposals and/or issues on AfriNIC PDP for AfriNIC-16

Douglas Onyango ondouglas at
Tue Feb 21 12:50:59 UTC 2012

Paulos et al,
I think there is a unique issue with the way our current PDP treats
global policies after they get "approved" in our region and fail in
other regions.

( is a prime example
of what I am talking about. This Policy is marked "abandoned" on the
ASO website (, but continues to
have the status of "Approved" on the AfriNIC website.

I think that we should find away of resting these Global policies in a
way that conforms to the Global PDP

A sample solution could be for the policy's status to change to
"Expired" or something else if the Global status of the policy move in
the "rejected" or "abandoned" direction.

I haven't thought this through, but since you asked for suggestions
and the like, I thought i would start this discussion.

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