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[rpd] Proposal Update Received | IPv4 Inter-RIR Resource Transfers (Comprehensive Scope) | AFPUB-2019-IPv4-002-DRAFT02
owen at delong.com
Wed Nov 13 01:04:05 UTC 2019
Generally, this looks like something I could live with.
I would still add to 220.127.116.11 the following clarification:
Source entities may, not less than 12 months after being the source for a transfer, receive IPv4 number resources via transfer if they are otherwise qualified to receive said resources.
For 18.104.22.168, I think that the second bullet should be clarified:
* In the case of inter-RIR, incoming will no longer be regarded as legacy, the resulting status of outgoing transfers will depend on the policies in the receiving RIR.
For 5.7.4, I still feel that the underlying infrastructure should also be transferred in order to qualify for the reasons previously stated.
I do not feel that 5.7.5 is needed. First, by the time this policy can be implemented, it’s extraordinarily unlikely that we will not already be in Phase 2. Second, even if that is not the case, at this point, there is no reason to prohibit organizations that wish to obtain resources via the transfer market from doing so.
I’m still troubled by the language in 5.7.6. Who determines what data beyond the minimum data specified is “relevant” and who decides what is confidential or not? This language invites challenge and confusion.
5.7.6 Each time a transfer is completed, AfriNIC will publish all related information permitted by the source or recipient. At a minimum, the following will be published by AfriNIC for each transfer: Date of the transfer, transferred resources, source organization and RIR, destination organization and RIR. Any information outside of the minimum will be held private unless permitted to be released by at least one of the parties.
In 22.214.171.124, “by 6 consecutive months” should read “for 6 consecutive months”.
126.96.36.199 is awkwardly worded. Suggest:
Staff may request additional information from parties for any transfer deemed suspicious by staff. Afterwards, all available information shall be escalated to the board for a decision to approve the transfer or not.
Any previous comments I made on the unchanged text are not repeated here as I have not reviewed the unchanged text a second time. As such, this is notice that any previous objections or comments to unchanged text should be considered still active and/or renewed herein.
> On Nov 12, 2019, at 02:59 , JORDI PALET MARTINEZ via RPD <rpd at afrinic.net> wrote:
> Hi Owen,
> As I already did that in other occasions for previous proposals, here is it.
> Diff among v1 and v2 of this proposal:
> https://www.diffchecker.com/2LOOCZgm <https://www.diffchecker.com/2LOOCZgm>
> Diff among actual policy text and this proposal (v2)
> https://www.diffchecker.com/471nF1uX <https://www.diffchecker.com/471nF1uX>
> I will do the same later with other updated proposals.
> Note that I’m already working in a v3, considering your inputs, as per the previous discussion in the list. Just holding it in case there are further comments.
> El 12/11/19 4:00, "Owen DeLong" <owen at delong.com <mailto:owen at delong.com>> escribió:
> I don’t know about anyone else, but I would find it very helpful if these announcements included a redline or other diff format showing the difference between the prior version of the proposal and the current one.
>> On Nov 11, 2019, at 15:04 , Moses Serugo <moses.serugo at gmail.com <mailto:moses.serugo at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> Hello PDWG Members,
>> This is to notify you that the authors of the policy proposal named "IPv4 Inter-RIR Resource Transfers (Comprehensive Scope)" have submitted an updated version (Draft version 2 | AFPUB-2019-IPv4-002-DRAFT02) and now seek your comments and feedback.
>> The proposal contents are published at
>> https://afrinic.net/policy/proposals/2019-ipv4-002-d2#proposal <https://afrinic.net/policy/proposals/2019-ipv4-002-d2#proposal>
>> Please take some time to go through the proposal contents and provide your feedback.
>> Thank you.
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