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[rpd] Last Call for "AFPUB-2016-GEN-001-DRAFT-04 - Internet Number Resources Review by AFRINIC"
pan.afrikhan at gmail.com
Tue Jun 27 12:09:01 UTC 2017
Welcome to Africa and the chinatelecom too.
I read your emails and i see point of too expensive to do this reviews
but if the legal shall claim it shall be expensive and some people already
asked the board members shall travels and others shall always use the
money to do the traveling and they waste it and they will not produce
report of the benefit to this Afrinic after rhey shall sleep in hotels and
eat the food.
Maybe this money shall be used to review the ip address as some people
maybe not ising the ip address and they can return to be given to others
when no ipv4 is there. this means internet developing shall continue.
some rich people will have the food in their home yet other people will die
of the hunger in some africa countries. this people with the food can give
the ones with nothing food instead of the food get spoilt and they shall
throw away and they live the other to died.
On 27 Jun 2017 12:19 p.m., "Bastein Li" <bastienlee at qq.com> wrote:
> Dearest members of the community,
> The Staff assessment raises so many questions and remarks that
> would require a re-write of the proposal rather than a brief explanation.
> I would like to state my opposition to this proposal,My main opposition
> point is the de-registration of resources, directly leading to the
> potential legal actions and claims against the AFRINIC secretariat.
> No policy should be passed that are raising such legal concerns described
> in the Staff assessment:
> Legal claims could be very expensive and may prove to be too great
> for AFRINIC to pay off.Putting the very existence of an RIR at risk is not
> what the community should be doing, the Secretariat is created in order to
> serve the community, the members are there to finance the Secretariat so
> that it can continue to serve the community.
> We need to have reviews, the secretariat needs to be in touch with all the
> members regularly in other manners than just sending an invoice. But not
> with the intention to reclaim allocations they deem could be"better
> used". If an LIR is found to be in breach of policies, AFRINIC will assist
> in fixing the situation, not threaten. De-registring resources will be
> affecting the LIRs business operations, which is why there will be legal
> actions against the one responsible for disrupting the network.
> How did we reach a point where the members, the secretariat and sections
> of the community are on contradicting terms on how to continue the
> distribution of Internet resources. As such I would like to stress to the
> authors and the to the co-chairs to take all the comments and opposition
> under considerations, this policy as such would be detrimental to the
> continuation of AFRINIC secretariat.
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