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[rpd] RPD : Prolicy proposal "Internet Number Resources review by AFRINIC" informations update

Marcus K. G. Adomey madomey at
Thu Apr 11 19:50:28 UTC 2019


You chose to not  positively impact the history being written for AFRINIC. You now persist in denying AFRINIC community the ability, like other RIRs to enforce accountability, best practices and adopt an INR review policy.

Why do you want to see responses to the fanciful  points on a policy proposal which you buried long ago?

This is a  PDP  working group where participants are expected to discuss and provide suggestions and texts to improve proposals. Please bring texts and suggestions.

As done since the inception of the proposal in May 2016 and throughout, authors will comment on all  pertinent suggestions.


From: Sander Steffann <sander at>
Sent: Wednesday, April 10, 2019 1:45 PM
To: Marcus K. G. Adomey
Cc: rpd >> AfriNIC Resource Policy
Subject: Re: [rpd] RPD : Prolicy proposal "Internet Number Resources review by AFRINIC" informations update

Hello Marcus,

> Op 10 apr. 2019, om 15:12 heeft Marcus K. G. Adomey <madomey at> het volgende geschreven:
> When I started reading the reaction of Owen on this policy, I was tempted to respond to him in line but after reading the entire email, few issues are worth being pointed out.
> 1 – his inability to distinguish between policy and implementation procedure,
> 2 – the irrelevant comments about the format which have no bearings of the substance of the policy, and finally
> 3 – his incoherence regarding need for this policy.
> The most outrageous in the above is the third point. Although he claimed that the policy is unnecessary, he was at the same time making suggestions on how the authors can make the proposal better.

These are all ad-hominem statements. Please take them elsewhere.

I would like to see some replies to the actual content of Owen's message.


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