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[rpd] New version of AFPUB-2019-IPv4-002-DRAFT03 "IPv4 Inter-RIR Resource Transfers (Comprehensive Scope)"
fhfrediani at gmail.com
Tue Nov 26 18:33:51 UTC 2019
The text seems fine despite the change of wording on some parts, at the
end they means about the same thing. I have 2 points to note:
- on 5.7.6 it says "information permitted by the source or recipient".
Although there is minimum mandatory information that must be published,
I understand the wording allow the RIR to publish extra information or
notes about the transaction ? How likely is that to happen and what
examples of information would be that ? Could you clarify a bit further.
- On 220.127.116.11 there is a possibility, should the staff finds a
transaction suspicious, to escalate it for the Board for a final
decision. I normally think this type of individual thing should not end
up in the Board, but internally inside the staff in a well defined
appeal process because they are staff decisions (e.g: appeal to the
Manager, Director, CEO, etc). The Board should only be involved in
something that affects several members or a number of organizations (for
example to preemptively suspend a policy that may be damaging the RIR or
the Community, etc). The same way the Board can always issue statements
for staff on certain topics and procedures but always in a more generic way.
On 26/11/2019 14:58, JORDI PALET MARTINEZ via RPD wrote:
> Hi all,
> Find attached a new version of the proposal "IPv4 Inter-RIR Resource Transfers (Comprehensive Scope)".
> As usual, I've considered the inputs received.
> I've also prepared a diff with the previous version:
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