[ARIN-Suggestions] Response to Suggestion 2014.3: PUBLISH INFORMATION AND SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS FOR EXPERIMENTAL ALLOCATIONS
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Tue Mar 4 11:40:59 EST 2014
ARIN has issued its initial response to ACSP Suggestion 2014.3. The
suggestion and response text are provided below. This suggestion is now
closed and is available at:
Communications and Member Services
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
Section 11 of the NRPM permits allocations for recognized experimental
activity. ARIN should prominently publish both the allocation and the
supporting documentation for the experiment on the ARIN website. ARIN
should also notify their relevant mailing lists and other technical
mailing lists, such as nanog.
Thank you for submitting your suggestion, assigned identification number
NRPM 11 "Experimental Internet Resource Allocations" states that both
the "experiment's objectives and practices" be described in a publicly
accessible document and that the "experiment's outcomes be published in
a publicly accessible document at the end of the experiment." Because
the policy clearly requires any experiment in which ARIN issues
resources to be publicly documented, it seems like adding information
about these experimental allocations to the ARIN website would not only
be consistent with policy, but would also benefit the community. ARIN
will therefore proceed with this suggestion. Information published will
include a description of the experiment/research project, the resources
issued, and a link to the public documentation if one exists.
Additionally, ARIN will make an announcement to both the ARIN-PPML and
NANOG mailing lists when these experimental allocations are made, to
include a brief description of the project and the resources issued for
Suggestion 2014.3 is now considered closed. Thank you for your
participation in the ARIN ACSP.
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