[ppml] Initiation of Petition - petition successful
info at arin.net
Tue Mar 20 14:16:38 EDT 2007
The author's petition to advance the policy proposal entitled "IPv4
countdown policy proposal" was successful.
This policy proposal will be:
• assigned a policy proposal number
• posted to the Public Policy Mailing List and ARIN website
• included in the agenda at the next ARIN meeting.
Raymond A. Plzak
President & CEO
Member Services wrote:
> The deadline for issuing statements of support for this petition is
> 12:00 noon ET, 21 March 2007.
> Per the ARIN Internet Resource Policy Evaluation Process, "People who
> wish to document their support for the petition must do the following:
> 1) post a response to the Public Policy Mailing List stating their
> support for the proposal, and 2) send email to petition at arin.net with
> full point of contact information, including their telephone number and
> organizational affiliation. The ARIN President will verify whether
> people from at least four different organizations support the petitioned
> policy proposal."
> If the petition is successful, the policy proposal will be numbered,
> posted online for discussion, and presented at the upcoming Public
> Policy Meeting in San Juan.
> If the petition is not successful, the policy proposal will be
> considered closed.
> Member Services Department
> American Registry for Internet Numbers
> Toshiyuki Hosaka wrote:
>>This is a formal petition request to advance the policy proposal entitled "IPv4
>>Countdown Policy Proposal". The full text of the proposal is posted on the ARIN
>>website at the following URL:
>>This policy proposal was to respond in an orderly way to the upcoming exhaustion
>>of the IPv4 address space. The AC rejected this proposal due to anti-trust
>>issues however I strongly believe that we should discuss this kind of policy in
>>the ARIN open policy forum, rather than simple rejection, since IPv4 address
>>exhaustion is so important issue to the whole community.
>>According to the Internet Policy Evaluation Process, people who wish to document
>>their support for the petition must do the following within the next five (5) days:
>> 1) post a response to the Public Policy Mailing List stating their
>> support for the proposal,
>> 2) send email to petition at arin.net with full point of contact
>> information, including their telephone number and organizational
>>If you have any questions about this process you can refer to the ARIN website
>>at http://www.arin.net/policy/ipep.html for the full text explaining the
>>Thanks and best regards,
>>Toshiyuki Hosaka <hosaka at nic.ad.jp>
>>Member Services wrote (2007/03/03 2:47):
>>>On 1 March 2007 the ARIN Advisory Council (AC) concluded its review of
>>>the proposed policy 'IPv4 Countdown' and did not accept it as a formal
>>>The AC rejected this proposal having taken into consideration the
>>>anti-trust issues raised by the ARIN General Counsel and because the AC
>>>deemed the proposal to be contrary to ARIN's mission.
>>>During the initial review period the AC may decide to:
>>>1) Accept the proposal as a formal policy proposal as it is presented,
>>>2) Work with the author to clarify, divide or combine it with another
>>>3) Not accept the policy proposal.
>>>In the event that the AC decides not to accept the proposed policy, then
>>>the author may elect to use the petition process to advance the
>>>proposal. For petition details see the section called "Petition
>>>Process" in the ARIN Internet Resource Policy Evaluation Process which
>>>can be found at:
>>>The deadline for the author to initiate a petition per the ARIN Internet
>>>Resource Policy Evaluation Process is 40 days prior to the meeting; the
>>>petition deadline for the ARIN XIX Public Policy Meeting
>>>is 14 March 2007. If the author chooses not to petition or the petition
>>>is unsuccessful, then the proposed policy is closed. If a petition is
>>>successful, then the proposal will be numbered and posted for discussion
>>>and presented at ARIN's Public Policy Meeting.
>>>The proposed policy text can be found at:
>>>American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
>>>PPML mailing list
>>>PPML at arin.net
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