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[rpd] Academic IPv4 Policy

Omo Oaiya omo at
Wed Jun 11 08:18:45 UTC 2014

Hello Sunday / Andrew

Joe Kimaili from Ubuntunet Alliance and I discussed this in Djibouti. We
share some of the sentiments and also have the best interests of the region
at heart.

We have however taken note of the objections so we will be proposing a new
policy backed with data from REN community.

Many thanks to both for sensitising the community to our needs.


On 10 June 2014 23:51, Sunday Folayan <sfolayan at> wrote:

>  Hi All,
> With regards to the Academic IPv4 Policy (Policy
> Draft AFPUB-2013-GEN-001-DRAFT-03).
> Due to the fact that both authors of the policy have now been elected to
> the board, and we are of the opinion that this represents a severe
> potential conflict of interest, we would like to ask the list if there were
> any individuals who would like to take over further actions on this policy
> (changing it, promoting it, defending it at meetings etc).
> Both authors still strongly believe in the policy and the sentiments
> behind it, and still believe the policy is in the best interest of the
> African region as a whole, and hence, we have opted to make this appeal
> rather than withdrawing the policy or letting it lapse on the 26th of June.
> Should there be anyone interested in taking over the policy from here on
> out, please advise either of the authors.
> Many Thanks
> Sunday Folayan / Andrew Alston
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