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[rpd] Academic IPv4 Policy

Sunday Folayan sfolayan at
Tue Jun 17 00:59:51 UTC 2014

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Dear Omo and Joe,

We do believe in the spirit and letter of the draft we made before, as
it is also backed by data. We are glad there is a taker who will not
promote it.

Good luck with your policy proposal.

Thanks and Regards ...

Andrew Alston/Sunday Folayan.

On 11/06/2014 09:18, Omo Oaiya wrote:
> 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.
> Omo
> 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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