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[AFRINIC-rpd] Summary as it stands on the Academic IPv4 Policy Proposal
alston.networks at gmail.com
Fri Jun 28 04:49:38 UTC 2013
You are correct, and perhaps that answer was incorrectly worded but the
principle still applies. What I should have said was that any individual
is free to propose any policy and should the community agree with the
proposal it will be passed, should they not agree with it will not be
passed. If that individual is proposing a policy at the behest of a
particular organisation or government is immaterial.
On 2013/06/28 3:39 AM, "Owen DeLong" <owen at delong.com> wrote:
>>>> Are we inviting Government's
>> We are not inviting anyone, but governments who are members are free to
>> propose policy through the PDP as is anyone else, if they can get it
>> passed through the consensus basis, then the will of the community will
>> done. If that is not the will of the community, it will not happen.
>> organisation is a community based one, let the communities will be heard
>> through the processes.
>Correct me if I am wrong, but I believe that any representative of any
>government, member or not, is welcome to participate in the PDP as is any
>other individual, member or not. However, to the best of my knowledge,
>the PDP is limited to the participation of individuals, whether or not
>they represent an organization, and is not open to organizations, per se.
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