[arin-ppml] Advisory Council Meeting Results - June 2011
A few personal opinions on the items the AC considered inline below...
On Tue, Jun 28, 2011 at 1:48 PM, ARIN <info at arin.net> wrote:
> In accordance with the ARIN Policy Development Process the ARIN Advisory
> Council (AC) held a meeting on 16 June 2011 and made decisions about
> several proposals.
> The following proposals have been added to the AC's docket for
> development and evaluation:
> ARIN-prop-149 Improved Transparency for Directed Transfers
Transfer market transparency is good. :-)
> ARIN-prop-151 Limiting needs requirements for IPv4 Transfers
I'm not sure about this text, but I think it needs to be discussed in
> ARIN-prop-152 RSA Modification Limits
I'm not sure about this text either, but I think it's reasonable for
the community to express our collective opinion on how far ARIN should
go in modifying the RSA, and I think this is the right vehicle for
discussing that in Philly.
> ARIN-prop-153 Correct erroneous syntax in NRPM 8.3
I don't support this proposal, but I think it's good to have this on
the agenda in Philly as a counterpoint to the "remove single
> The AC abandoned the following proposals:
> ARIN-prop-148 LRSA resources must not be transferred to LRSA
> ARIN-prop-150 Reclamation Hold
> Proposal 148 was abandoned because the majority of the AC members feel that
> which legal agreement ARIN uses with a resource requester is a business
> matter. It is indeed the case, however, that if the community feels there
> should be certain policy requirements for what is in an RSA, LRSA or similar
> document that those could be specified in policy. This would require ARIN to
> put those items in any agreement where applicable and allowed by law. The
> AC felt that ARIN-prop-152 was an example of such a policy proposal, and
> voted to accept it onto the AC's docket for further development.
> The Advisory Council has abandoned Proposal 150 based on the merits of the
> proposal and the author's stated desired to have it withdrawn.
I agree with both those explanations.
> The AC thanks the authors and the community for their continuing effort
> and contributions to these and all other policy considerations.
And wholeheartedly agree with this. :-)