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[rpd] Last Call Announcement - IPv4 Soft Landing - bis (AFPUB-2016-V4-001-DRAFT07)

Nishal Goburdhan nishal at
Fri Dec 15 09:53:10 UTC 2017

On 15 Dec 2017, at 0:24, Andrew Alston wrote:

> Correct Owen - the only time the board gets a report is to state that 
> a policy has passed last call and consensus has been reached and they 
> should ratify.

is there something in the PDP that specifically prevents the co-chairs 
from sending a report to the board if there is no consensus?
according to one of the 
duties of the co-chairs is:
“* Sending a report of the outcomes of policy discussions at public 
policy meetings to the Board of Directors.”

i read that as :
* this is what was discussed
* this is the outcome (whichever way it goes)

so, i don’t agree with the implication in this thread, that there is a 
pre-determined outcome.  all sami’s mail said was:  “.. the 
Co-chairs will send the report to the board”.  which i find to be 
appropriate.  i’m willing to bet, that the co-chairs fully intend to 
write a short report, whichever way their determination of consensus 
goes (ie. either yay or nay to the proposal), and *that* is what sami 


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