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ondouglas at gmail.com
Mon May 7 13:14:42 UTC 2012
I principally agree with the need for this policy. My comments inline:
On 23 April 2012 18:40, Jean Robert Hountomey <jrhountomey at gmail.com> wrote:
> 3.1.1 General Database Cleanup: At the ratification of this policy, AfriNIC
> will conduct a first cleanup by asking all POC present except those who
> received their objects in less than a year to confirm their POC information.
> We leave to AfriNIC's discretion to use any tool they find useful for this
> 3.1.3 At the request of additional resources or services, AfriNIC will ask
> an ORG to update its records.
The abbreviations are perhaps not a good idea for the policy
> 3.2.1 Members will have to confirm accuracy of their records in the Whois
> database in a month’s timeframe when contacted by email.
It is not clear from you policy who will contact the members, I
suggest you add to the text.
> 3.2.5 After a year of data inconsistency, AfriNIC will claim the number
> resources back.
When does the count for the year begin? when the record becomes
invalid (:-)) , When the email bounces???
> 4.0 Situation within other RIRs
> • At APNIC, there was a similar policy proposed that did not reach consensus
> and was withdrawn by the author.
Links gives a 404
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