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[rpd] AFRINIC Number Resources Transfer Policy (Draft-2) - AFPUB-2020-GEN-006-DRAFT02
JORDI PALET MARTINEZ
jordi.palet at consulintel.es
Thu Nov 18 11:29:14 UTC 2021
I just want to keep my objections on this policy that I've been raising since version one and the previous ID of it (expired so got a new ID). They are in the list and in the videos from the Angola meeting and the ones afterwards, no need to repeat all that. Authors never addressed them in my opinion.
However, I've new ones as well. In summary:
1) IA section 2 is clear about several issues in the proposal which I agree and for me are valid objections.
2) As it was already claimed in previous versions, I don't think this proposal is reciprocal with all the other RIRs, specially with ARIN and that will mean that it becomes null.
3) A few years ago, I already submitted a proposal for "only legacy" resources (which at the end was a different way to write the same as this policy is doing), and the community said they don't like it and I've not seen a change in that view point, specially understanding that it means no-reciprocity.
4) Finally, while I disagree with some of the legal inputs, there are several that are a concern and for me are valid objections.
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