[Iana-transition] What form of supervision is needed?

Andrew Dul andrew.dul at quark.net
Thu Oct 16 13:10:48 EDT 2014

I don't really like having the same conversation in another list, but
anyway, I'd hoped we would have learned from the other discussion in
other regions.

On 10/16/2014 9:30 AM, Richard Hill wrote:
> As far as I can tell, ICANN properly speaking does the following things with
> respect to IP addresses:
> 1. Approves the creation of new RIRs
Approves is a very strong.  ICP-2 defines a set of criteria, but the
details of "approval" aren't included IMO.
> 2. Ratifies the policies approved by the RIRs
Wrong, ICANN doesn't ratify RIR polcies.  ICANN only deals with global
number resource policies that give the IANA instructions.


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