[ARIN-consult] Consultation on ARIN IRR Roadmap Extended through 25 April 2018
bjones at vt.edu
Tue Feb 13 14:05:36 EST 2018
I agree that this is an effort worth pursuing. I do have security concerns
about how authentication and authorization occurs.
I would recommend focusing efforts around a set of agreed upon standards
and remove any mention of “ best practices” from the language. That is an
overloaded term that can mean anything to anyone, whereas a set of agreed
upon standards should allow for clearer and more efficient operation. (See
last bullet that includes “best practices”.)
On Wed, Jan 31, 2018 at 11:22 AM ARIN <info at arin.net> wrote:
> Based on the level of community interest and the significance of the
> work involved in improving the ARIN Internet Routing Registry (IRR), we
> are extending the discussion period on the current consultation through
> 25 April 2018. The consultation text is available at:
> This extension will allow time for ARIN staff to present on this topic
> at both the North American Network Operators Group (NANOG) meeting,
> 19-21 February in Atlanta, GA and at the upcoming ARIN 41 Public Policy
> and Members Meeting, 15-18 April in Miami, Fl.
> For details on both events, including remote participation options, visit:
> NANOG 72:
> Presentation on 20 February at 10:00 AM EDT
> ARIN 41:
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