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[rpd] Report on the Policy Proposal RPKI ROAs for Unallocated and Unassigned AFRINIC Address Space " , AFPUB-2019-GEN-006-DRAFT03.
ibeanusielvis at gmail.com
Thu Jul 29 02:31:47 UTC 2021
I concur with the idea that we as a community should progress and move forward onto other issues.
I am very confused why this is taking so long to attain an acknowledgement from both the Board and the Appeal Committee.
The Appeal surely has followed required due procedures and processes to be acknowledged as one.
The Board should act fast and notify us, the community on the what delay is for?
> On Jul 29, 2021, at 10:22, Owen DeLong via RPD <rpd at afrinic.net> wrote:
>> On Jul 28, 2021, at 09:11 , JORDI PALET MARTINEZ via RPD <rpd at afrinic.net <mailto:rpd at afrinic.net>> wrote:
>> The appeal process is very clear in CPM section 3.5.
>> If the process has been followed correctly, you just need to wait.
> I expect to wait for the appeal to be processed. I do not expect to wait for the board to acknowledge that the appeal
> has been made, that it is valid, and that the appeal committee will consider it in due course.
> According to the ToR, the committee should have already published a timeline for this appeal.
> This has not happened to the best of my knowledge, likely because:
> 1. The appeal committee has not yet been reconstituted
> 2. The board may be distracted by the controversy of their attempt to seize control of the AC.
> 3. The board may be distracted by AFRINIC’s current financial situation
> 4. The board may be distracted by AFRINIC’s other current legal problems
> 5. The above reasons 2-4 may also be at least part of the cause of 1.
>> I’ve submitted several appeals, so I know very well that only patience is needed.
> You, yourself have seen the board and/or the AC play dirty pool with the appeal requirements and other
> variable interpretations of the technicalities. I would think you, of all people, would understand the need
> for the board to at least acknowledge the appeal and provide some assurance that it will not ratify a
> policy that should be under appeal.
>> The Board will not be able to ratify a policy under appeal until the appeal is resolved. That’s it.
> Normally, I would agree with you. However, in the face of recent events, I am unwilling to place so much faith in
> this current board.
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