[arin-ppml] Fwd: [arin-announce] APNIC Community Consultation "IPv6Address Management and ITU" session completed

MAEMURA Akinori maem at nic.ad.jp
Thu Mar 4 02:57:40 EST 2010


Thank you very much both for advising ARIN community of this 
and for your input and participation in the session.

I am really happy to have that session very fruitful with a 
lot of input not only from the panel but from the floor - I 
cannot count the number of people who stood in front of the 
floor microphone.

Since this issue is fairly controversial, I had had a concern 
the session might heat up and become emotional.  However it
was not the case.  The lot of inputs were made unruffledly,
articulating the reasons of their argument.

Colleagues in ARIN region,

As John advised as followed, APNIC is accepting your input.
I encourage you to let us have your input.  Even in case you
will not do it, please check what was discussed there, as it 
should be very informative for you to think about this issue.

Kind Regards,

In message <CDB41F1B-81DF-4529-9D37-4C5A5B6723E6 at arin.net>
   "[arin-ppml] Fwd: [arin-announce] APNIC Community Consultation "IPv6Address Management and ITU" session completed"
   "John Curran <jcurran at arin.net>" wrote:

| PPML participants -
| For your information and consideration.  Apologies for the cross-post,
| but this matter has the potential for changes to the policy process itself.
| Thank you!
| /John
| ===
| Begin forwarded message:
| From: John Curran <jcurran at arin.net<mailto:jcurran at arin.net>>
| Date: March 4, 2010 3:41:35 AM GMT+08:00
| To: "arin-announce at arin.net<mailto:arin-announce at arin.net>" <arin-announce at arin.net<mailto:arin-announce at arin.net>>
| Subject: [arin-announce] APNIC Community Consultation "IPv6 Address Management and ITU" session completed
| ARIN Community -
| The previously mentioned APNIC community consultation regarding
| "IPv6 Address Management and ITU" was completed earlier today
| in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
| For those interested in the outcome, a "raw" transcript and session
| summary statement are available here:
| <http://meetings.apnic.net/29/program/consultation>
| I'd like to thank APNIC for hosting this session as it is important to
| discuss these issues publicly in timely manner so that input can be
| brought to the the March 15-16 ITU IPv6 study group meeting in
| Geneva.  By having a public discussion of these important issues,
| APNIC (as an ITU-D sector member) can submit the outcome for
| further consideration in this process.
| While the ITU IPv6 study group is a closed meeting, I have received
| an invitation to participate on March 15-16 in Geneva on ARIN's behalf
| as an "invited expert", and at that session I will focus on the comments
| covered in the public consultation held today.  If you have additional
| input on this topic that you would like to have considered, please do
| the following:
| 1) If your company has a public policy representative involved in the
|      ITU (generally due to being a supporting member of the ITU),
|      please introduce me to them asap so that we may coordinate
|      as appropriate.
| 2) Become familiar with the outcomes of the APNIC session, and
|     send any additional comments to "IPv6 at apnic.net<mailto:IPv6 at apnic.net>" and myself.
|     The APNIC community consultation process continues till Friday
|     5 March, 9 AM local meeting time  [UTC + 8:00].  I will continue
|     to take comments beyond that point till ITU IPv6 meeting start
|     and do my best to convey the input received.
| As you can tell, we're attempting to be as accommodating as possible
| to the ITU as they explore the issues in this area, and their processes
| are significantly different than ours regarding how input is received and
| considered.  At this point, ARIN considers it very important to support
| these educational efforts, and hope that it will result in better overall
| understanding of the success that is today's Internet Registry System.
| I hope this email helps the community understand where we are in
| this interesting process.
| Thank you for your support!
| /John
| John Curran
| President and CEO
| American Registry for Internet Numbers
| ===
| From: Member Services <info at arin.net<mailto:info at arin.net>>
| Date: Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 8:53 AM
| Subject: [arin-announce] Be Heard! APNIC Community Consultation Next Week
| To: arin-announce at arin.net<mailto:arin-announce at arin.net>
| Internet address management may be on the brink of change. The ITU (International Telecommunications Union) is studying the creation of an alternative International Internet Registry model to operate in parallel to the existing RIR model.
| In collaboration with the NRO, APNIC is hosting a special session at APNIC 29 / APRICOT 2010 to give the global Internet community an opportunity to discuss the issues and ramifications of the alternative model proposed by the ITU.
| APNIC invites all Members of the global Internet Community to participate at: IPv6 Address Management and ITU - Is an "additional parallel structure" required?
|   Where:  APNIC 29, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
|   When:   14:00 - 15:30 (UTC +8), Wednesday, 3 March 2010
| APNIC is an ITU-D sector Member and will attend the ITU IPv6 Working Group meeting in March that has been commissioned to study this issue in depth. APNIC will be reporting feedback from our Consultation to ensure community feedback is heard.
| ...
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