[ppml] Policy Proposal 2004-1 - Abandoned
memsvcs at arin.net
Thu May 20 14:32:53 EDT 2004
This message contains the ARIN Advisory Council's (AC) evaluation
of policy proposal 2004-1: Defining Utilization of IPv4 Addresses.
According to the ARIN Internet Resource Policy Evaluation Process
the AC evaluates policy proposals for community support based on
comments from the Public Policy Mailing List as well as discussion
and polling from the Public Policy Meeting. Depending on the level
of community support the AC may:
1) support the proposal as is,
2) work with the author to revise the proposal,
3) abandon the policy due to lack of community support.
Policy proposals that have gained community support as is or
through revision will be posted to last call.
In the event that the Advisory Council abandons the proposal,
the author may elect to use the last call petition process to
challenge the AC's determination. The following is a link to
the ARIN Internet Resource Policy Evaluation Process; for petition
details please refer to the section called "Last Call Petition
Per the AC minutes of April 20, 2004:
"The ARIN Advisory Council, based on comments from stakeholders
expressed either at the ARIN XIII Public Policy meeting or on the
ARIN public policy mailing list, and noting that the Internet
Resource Policy Evaluation Process has been followed, finds
community support to abandon Policy Proposal 2004-1."
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