[arin-ppml] [arin-council] AC Role in Petitions

Martin Hannigan hannigan at gmail.com
Sun Apr 17 15:54:02 EDT 2011

Note, those rules were included in an upcoming implementation of a new
version of the PDP.



On 4/17/11, Joe Maimon <jmaimon at chl.com> wrote:
> Randy Carpenter wrote:
>> There seems to be a lot of stink over what I take to be a very simple
>> thing.
>> The way I understand it is that the rule is only that AC members may not
>> be counted as part of the required 10 to make a petition to reconsider an
>> abandoned proposal. I don't think there is anything with that rule that
>> prevents an AC member from expressing their opinion. Please correct me if
>> I am wrong.
> Randy,
> As far as I can tell, only way the AC can make a rule that actually has
> an effect on how a petition is evaluated is either
> a) AC rules are silently incorporated into the PDP petition process
> b) AC rules prevent AC members from voicing their opinion
> Neither is acceptable in my opinion, and that is what the stink is about.
> Joe
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