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[rpd] End of Last Call for SL Update and IPv6 PI Clarification Policies
dewole at forum.org.ng
Thu Aug 8 05:57:57 UTC 2019
Your active contribution to the RPD is appreciated, Sylvain. While not
holding brief for the current co-chairs && while agreeing that we could
do better in terms of timely execution, I think that for any number of
reasons, an earlier announced date could have been missed - especially
if nobody made comments on the subject matter and/or we all
forgot/neglected to check on the progress on the list.
As to your concern about someone getting the opportunity to make a late
comment because he forgot the deadline and the co-chairs did not close
on the set date, I think you should look at it like this:
If the late comment is reasonable (apart from its late timing) and helps
us make better policy, this group and its chairs will have to take it
into consideration regardless of the missed timelines. I believe
consideration of reasonable inputs should supersede strict timelines.
On 8/7/2019 8:07 PM, Sylvain BAYA wrote:
> Hi all,
> Thanks for your notification Abdulkarim.
> Please other comments below (inline)...
> Le 8/7/2019 à 10:20 AM, ABDULKARIM AYOPO OLOYEDE a écrit :
>> Dear PDWG members,
>> You would recall that on 18th July 2019, we announced that last call
>> for the following policy proposals would end on 25 July 2019.
> ...for sure, but today we are the 07th of august 2019 :-)
>> - SL Update
>> - IPv6 PI Clarification
>> This is to formally declare that the last call period for the above
>> proposals indeed came to a close on 25 July 2019, and since there
>> were no issues arising during that period, the consensus decision
>> from AFRINIC30 is still maintained.
> There is no clear rule (/CPM sections 3.4.3 and 3.4.4 /) about the
> exact moment to notify
> the PDWG that the last call period is ended ; but i think it's
> important that the Chairs
> make an extra (if needed) effort to send this notification the day
> following the last
> call date. Because, if someone forget the deadline, he can comment on
> a policy which
> is no longer open to comments (/that is Morgan's Law/) :-)
>> Co-Chairs will now send a report to the Board recommending
>> ratification of the two above proposals in line with CPM 3.0.
> Dear Chairs, IMHO when a policy reaches consensus i think that it
> means that the Policy
> Community (or PDWG) have aggreed to have it implemented ASAP. Again,
> even if it's, right
> now, just an operational (/means only depends on Chairs decision/)
> question, i think you
> Chairs should consider this task as a priority. Because if you send
> your report earlier,
> the policy will be implemented earlier i guess :-)
> ...i count two weeks since 2019.07.25, then if your mail was informing
> us that you have
> already sent the report to the BoD, i'ld have seen no problem ; but it
> took you two weeks
> to tell us (/without //any timing/) that you will send a report to the
> Excuse me but, i'm still new on these policy things, so maybe i'm
> missing something ?
>> Thank You
> All my encouragements to your efforts !
> Sylvain B.
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