[arin-ppml] questions about AC decision re: 103.
>>>>> "Member" == Member Services <info at arin.net> writes:
Member> 103. Change IPv6 Allocation Process 104. Multiple Discrete
Member> Networks for proposal 103
Member> The AC stated, "The ARIN Advisory Council determined to
Member> abandon Policy Proposal #103: Change IPv6 Allocation
Member> Process. While the AC perceives there is significant
Member> support for major revisions to IPv6 policy, the AC could not
Member> support this proposal in its current form. The majority of
Member> the AC felt the only way they could move this proposal
Member> forward would have been to modify it in ways not perceived
Member> as compatible with the author's original intent. The AC
Member> would like to work with the author and the rest of community
Member> to develop future IPv6 policy proposals.
Can we get a clear statement of:
1) what does the AC feel they need to do?
2) what does the AC feel the author's intent is?
3) is the "classful" nature of the proposal a sticking point?
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