[arin-ppml] AC abandonment of Policy Proposal 92 Alternate IPv6Allocation

Bill Darte BillD at cait.wustl.edu
Thu Jun 25 21:23:11 EDT 2009


According to my reading of the PDP....

Anyone may initiate a petition to bring a proposal to discussion as long as the petition is begun within 5 days of the announced action by the AC...which was the 23rd, I believe.

Once a petition is brought forth, the petitioners have 5 days to generate 10 petition supporters from 10 different organizations to be successful.

The full PDP including the petition process is to be found at.... https://www.arin.net/policy/pdp.html

Bill Darte
ARIN Advisory Council

-----Original Message-----
From: arin-ppml-bounces at arin.net on behalf of Joe Maimon
Sent: Thu 6/25/2009 8:08 PM
To: ppml at arin.net
Subject: [arin-ppml] AC abandonment of Policy Proposal 92 Alternate IPv6Allocation
"The AC believes that Policy Proposal
#92 has some merit in concept, but does not believe that the problem
addressed is immediate nor of sufficient scope currently. Furthermore,
the benefits presumed may be achieved in ways other than using the
discrete pools for address allocation. We hope that the author continues
to discuss this issue with the AC and community."

I believe there are timeliness issues involved, especially as it
pertains to routing policy, as well as an interest in dispelling
uncertainty with regards to ipv6 rollout which may be a factor in
delaying migration.

I would suggest a more appropriate action would be to delay working on
the proposal until it has had more time to mature in our minds,
something like what happened with policy proposal 95, customer

Is it considered polite to defer to a policy proposal's author for a
discussion petition? Ia a petition under consideration?

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