[ppml] Open discussion on Policy Proposal 2002-2
John.Sweeting at teleglobe.com
Tue Dec 3 14:39:59 EST 2002
Just to clarify, it was not the AC that raised these points...these points
came from postings to the Final Call. The AC thought that it was important
enough to return the proposal to the discussion phase to ensure that the
wording was looked at and possibly changed to ensure there was no ambiquity.
The questions you have asked below are some of the same ones we would like
From: Philip Smith [mailto:pfs at cisco.com]
Sent: Monday, December 02, 2002 7:16 PM
To: ppml at arin.net
Cc: Member Services
Subject: Re: [ppml] Open discussion on Policy Proposal 2002-2
I'd be curious to know where the Advisory Council found the text which
referred to standards process bodies other than the IETF. The proposal
referred to the concept that entities other than the IETF may wish to carry
out publicly recorded experiments which require Internet resources on a
Surely we aren't implying here that the IETF is the only organisation
allowed to carry out experiments on the Internet? Where is this documented?
Who is enforcing it? Who in the IETF does anyone have to go to before they
are permitted to experiment on the Internet?
At 15:09 02/12/2002 -0500, Member Services wrote:
>During the Final Call for Policy Proposal 2002-2
>(http://www.arin.net/policy/2002_2.html) there was discussion
>that the policy implied standards processes bodies other then
>the IETF might be used and that the IETF regards of itself as
>the standards body at the IP address layer. Due to this
>discussion the ARIN Advisory Council voted during a meeting
>(conference call) on Nov 22 not to forward Policy Proposal
>2002-2 to the BoT for further consideration. The decision was
>to post the policy back to the PPML mailing list for further
>discussion to aid in resolving the issue mentioned above.
>So in accordance with the ARIN Advisory Council's decision we
>are asking for further discussion on Policy Proposal 2002-2.
>We are specifically looking for guidance on the issue above
>and ask that any IETF or IAB members provide input if
>possible. Thank you.
>ARIN Advisory Council
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