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[rpd] Staff & Legal Assessements on "Internet Numbers review by AFRINIC"'s Proposal
d.hilario at laruscloudservice.net
Thu May 18 04:05:11 UTC 2017
Thank you for the reply.
This is a 360 turn on the assessment, but you only cover reported cases.
Every report will still need a somewhat of research, before it can be
discarded, I never believed that each report would be a full scale
investigation lasting days/weeks/months.
Discarding reports at staff discretion is an interesting concept, but it
just means that there was no ground to pursue further, it would be very
scary if staff arbitrarily starts discarding valid reports without having
performed any due diligence.
Just as it would be very bad if staff starts harassing resource holders
where there is no shred of evidence and ground to even start a review.
How about "regular reviews"?
The policy proposal doesn't give any guidelines on how many to be performed.
Those will add load on staff, as it is already a matter of several days to
get a reply, this will surely not improved by adding regular regular
reviews to the workload.
On May 17, 2017 6:22 PM, "Alan Barrett" <alan.barrett at afrinic.net> wrote:
> > On 17 May 2017, at 11:28, David Hilario <d.hilario at laruscloudservice.net>
> > Can we know what changed on the assessment to go from:
> > "staff workload may be greatly increased"
> > To:
> > "no significant impact to staff workload”
> The proposal changed. The previous staff comments were for draft02, and
> the current staff comments are for draft04 of the proposal. Under draft02,
> staff understood that every complaint needed to be investigated, but under
> draft04, staff understand that they have the discretion to quickly decide
> that a complaint does not warrant investigation.
> By “no significant impact” we meant that the impact would be manageable.
> Staff understand that the impact on workload can be managed by controlling
> the number of investigations that are performed and by making the process
> Alan Barrett
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