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[rpd] Opposing the last call made on the review policy

Paschal Ochang pascosoft at
Tue Dec 4 11:08:29 UTC 2018

This problem is indirectly tied to my concern about this policy which I
raised in Dakar and Hammamet as well. I have always pointed out that the
selection process adopted by the policy for auditing allows room for witch
hunting and the algorithm is not clear on how all companies can be selected
at random and still get all of them audited. Secondly a member can target
another member without major cause and the consequences for doing so
incorrectly is not explicit.

On Tuesday, December 4, 2018, Frank Habicht <geier at> wrote:

> Hi,
> On 04/12/2018 02:30, Owen DeLong wrote:
>> The review in the RSA does not allow for any random party to force
>> AfriNIC to initiate such a costly and burdensome process against any
>> particular member without probable cause to do so. The proposed policy does.
> Yes. That is my main problem with the proposal. Thanks, Owen, for putting
> it that clearly.
> a) have the authors accepted this as a valid problem with the proposal?
> b) if yes, was it addressed?
> c) if no, why not?
> silence from authors will be interpreted as non-cooperation regarding
> valid concerns.
> Thanks,
> Frank
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