[arin-ppml] ARIN-prop-266 Open Petition
marilson.mapa at gmail.com
Thu May 2 03:26:38 EDT 2019
To be clear:
It's impressive what you, Owen, do to disqualify ARIN-prop-266. And it's
amazing how some people strive not to discuss illicit acts by members of
the community. The justification that it is outside the scope of the PDP or
NRPM does not hold. Try to reconcile opposing arguments with the ARIN Code
It is true that the vote will only require a new and equal assessment by
the board of trustees (inside or outside the "scope"). The vote did not
push the proposal forward, it just moved back to square one. For this
reason I reproduce below excerpts from the ARIN Code of Conduct to require
1.1 The Board of Trustees (“Board”) members share a commitment to NURTURE
and SAFEGUARD American Registry for Internet Numbers, Ltd.’s (“ARIN”)
REPUTATION and to act in the best interests of the organization.
3.1 Everything we do in connection with our work at ARIN is measured
against the highest customary standards of ETHICAL and PROFESSIONAL
behavior. ARIN’s commitment to these highest standards helps bring great
people into the ARIN community and encourages their lasting participation.
5.2 ARIN Board members are expected to adhere to the highest standards of
behavior and decorum.
Em qua, 1 de mai de 2019 às 02:12, Owen DeLong <owen at delong.com> escreveu:
> Speaking only as myself…
> To be clear to all those that are supporting this as a discussion
> petition… It is not.
> It is a petition to have the board of trustees reconsider the
> determination by the AC that
> the proposal was out of scope of the PDP.
> I believe the proposal to be out of scope because the remedies it proposes
> are generally
> outside of the scope of the NRPM.
> I must, however, wonder how much of the support is for something that
> isn’t the subject
> of the petition given the number of comments like the one below.
> To be clear, the proposal can be discussed on PPML without being accepted
> onto the
> docket of the advisory council and without having draft policy status.
> There is nothing
> preventing discussion of the proposal at this time other than the choice
> of community
> members on this list to refrain from doing so.
> > On Apr 30, 2019, at 04:57 , Jay Borkenhagen <jayb at braeburn.org> wrote:
> > I support this discussion petition.
> > Jay B.
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