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RE: [rpd] Afrinic policy proposal—Afrinic Service guild lines

Keshwarsingh Nadan keshwarsingh.nadan at
Mon Oct 27 10:24:27 UTC 2014

Exhausting a /12 within a year is nothing.. In other words, Lu’s business is flourishing.

From: rpd-bounces at [mailto:rpd-bounces at] On Behalf Of Kofi ANSA AKUFO
Sent: 27 October 2014 13:25
To: Lu
Cc: rpd
Subject: Re: [rpd] Afrinic policy proposal—Afrinic Service guild lines

Hello Lu

On 27 October 2014 08:51, Lu < at< at>> wrote:

W have been told our allocation is "under board review" for past 2 month, I wonder how's that to be possible if board ha nothing to do with this?

Amazing you have exhausted the /12 IPv4 (over a million IPv4 addresses) Allocated to you within a year and requesting for more. What size are you requesting now?

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> On 2014年10月27日, at 上午4:13, Bill Woodcock <woody at<mailto:woody at>> wrote:
> On Oct 27, 2014, at 3:22 AM, David Conrad <drc at<mailto:drc at>> wrote:
>>> 5.Unless otherwise appealed, Afrinic board should not be directly involved in IP allocation process.
>> Agreed, although I do not think the board should be involved in appeals.
>> It used to be that in at least two other RIRs that I'm familiar with (APNIC and ARIN), the board would _never_ be directly involved in the IP allocation process.  The role of the boards of those two RIRs was to ensure the policy development process was followed correctly and to be ultimately responsible for the operation of the organization. I don't know if that's still the case.
> That is the case.  In ARIN, there is an explicit wall between the board and the resource allocation process, so that the board is never involved in specific resource requests, reviews, or fulfillment.  I believe that to be the case in other RIRs as well.
>                                -Bill
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