[arin-ppml] Editorial Change ARIN-edit-2022-7: Editorial Clean-up of NRPM Section 2.16

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Tue Jul 26 17:36:35 EDT 2022


On 21 July 2022, the ARIN Advisory Council (AC) classified "ARIN-prop-315: Editorial Clean-up of NRPM Section 2.16" as an Editorial Change to the Number Resource Policy Manual (NRPM).

 

The text is below and can be found at:

 

https://www.arin.net/participate/policy/drafts/ARIN_edit_2022_7/

 

The process for Editorial Changes is found in Part One, Section 3.1, paragraph 3 of the Policy Development Process (PDP):

 

"Changes to policy that are purely editorial and non-substantial in nature are outside the scope of the full Policy Development Process and may only be made with 30 days public notice followed by the concurrence of both the ARIN Advisory Council and ARIN Board of Trustees that the changes are non-substantial in nature."

 

Your feedback on this Editorial Change is encouraged. The review period will close on 25 August 2022.

 

The Number Resource Policy Manual is available at:

https://www.arin.net/participate/policy/nrpm/

 

The PDP is available at:

https://www.arin.net/participate/policy/pdp/

 

Regards,

 

Sean Hopkins

Senior Policy Analyst

American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)

 

 

 

Editorial Change ARIN-edit-2022-7: Editorial Clean-up of NRPM Section 2.16 

 

Problem Statement:

 

This proposal continues the work that the ARIN AC NRPM Clean-up Working Group undertook to conduct an editorial review of the NRPM. It relates specifically to Sections 2.16. The focus of this proposal is to ensure that the intended meaning of the text is clear.

 

Policy statement:

 

Replace the text “The term utilized shall have the following definitions when” in the first line with the text “When applied to IPv6 policies the term “utilized” shall be interpreted as follows”; and

 

In the paragraph numbered 2, replace the text :

 

“Larger blocks shall have their utilization defined by dividing the number of provider assignment units assigned from the containing block by the total number of provider assignment units. This ratio will often be expressed as a percentage (e.g. a/t*100, for a /36 3072/4096 * 100 = 75% utilization)”

 

With the text:

 

“Larger blocks shall have their utilization defined by dividing the number of provider assignment units assigned from the containing block (a) by the total number of provider assignment units (t). This ratio will often be expressed as a percentage (e.g., a/t*100, for a /36 3072/4096 * 100 = 75% utilization).”

 

Comments: 

 

This proposal is intended to be editorial in nature and to replace Prop-305 in part. Note to staff: The double quotes around “utilized” are not single quotes since the outer quotes for the text being affected by the proposal will disappear when implemented.

 

Timetable for implementation: 

 

Immediate

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