[ppml] The most important proposal ARIN forgot to send today...
plzak at arin.net
Mon Sep 22 19:14:20 EDT 2003
These documents were to be released in a coordinated manner at midnight
UTC (8 PM EDT) today. LACNIC released them early. APNIC , ARIN, and
RIPE NCC will release as scheduled. Sorry no black helicopters, no
memory loss on the part of ARIN, just premature release on the part of
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> From: owner-ppml at arin.net [mailto:owner-ppml at arin.net] On
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> Sent: Monday, September 22, 2003 3:41 PM
> To: ppml at arin.net
> Subject: [ppml] The most important proposal ARIN forgot to
> send today...
> Since ARIN has been sending new proposals today, they seem to have
> forgotten the most important one of all, that applies to all
> RIRs and how
> they deal with ICANN. The info is at
> The four RIRs (Regional Internet Registries): APNIC, ARIN, LACNIC, and
> RIPE NCC have jointly worked on the preparation of a proposal
> the liaison among the RIRs as well as the structure through which the
> RIRs and their communities take part in ICANN.
> As a consequence, three documents have been prepared:
> - Proposal to execute an agreement between the four RIRs in order to
> create the Number Resource Organization (NRO). This organization will
> represent the interests of the IP addresses community before the
> national, international or public entities.
> - Proposal of a Memorandum of Understanding between the RIRs, to act
> through the NRO and the ICANN in relation to the ASO (Address
> Organization), the ICANN section committed to the Internet Number
> Resources issues. The ASO was created through a previous Memorandum of
> Understanding, signed in 1999. The current proposal would replace the
> previous Memorandum, modifying the present ASO structure.
> - Proposal of an Open Letter from the RIRs to the ICANN
> relative to the
> previous items.
> The RIRs call for public comments from the community members
> in relation
> to these documents. As the comments will be jointly
> organized, they will
> be officially managed in English.
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