[CRISP-TEAM] Draft Notes CRISP 2nd Teleconference
robachevsky at isoc.org
Fri Dec 12 14:33:21 CET 2014
Thank you German and LACNIC staff,
A few suggestions:
> AR described the content in each section (1-6 ) of the draft proposal and
> highlighted that section 3 has a simple and straightforward approach,
> seeing the IANA services separated from the policy development process.
AR described the content in each section (1-6 ) of the draft proposal
and highlighted that section 3 presents a simple and straightforward
approach based on a contract with SLAs, seeing the IANA services are
separate from the policy development process.
> In relation to section 6 AR underlined that RIPE is the only RIR that has
> completed the community process.
In relation to section 6 AR mentioned that it is only filled for the
RIPE community and needs input from other regions.
> CN clarified NN questions about the role of the NRO in this process.
I think the question was regarding the contracting party (per the
Summary: "The NRO (as the umbrella body through which all the RIRs will
enter into any proposed contract with the IANA functions operator), so
perhaps a better way t phrase this is:
CN clarified NN questions about the role of the NRO in the envisaged
And further I suggest deleting:
> After a brief discussion about the NRO EC role in all this process and how
> they will take notice of the report and recommendations of this group,
AR clarified about the internal structure related to the SLA within the
Thank you for the quick turnaround!
German Valdez wrote on 12/12/14 10:54:
> Dear CRISP Team
> Thanks to LACNIC staff for providing the attached notes.
> For you perusal, draft notes of yesterday teleconference.
> Please advise on comments, additions, changes you’d like to be incorporated.
> Here in +10 UTC, its finalising business day, Maybe if you can review the notes at yout COB today I could share it in the ianaxfer mailing list and published them in the website during the weekend (including your comments)
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