[CRISP-TEAM] A proposal for the LACNIC CRISP Members

Andres Piazza andres at lacnic.net
Wed Dec 17 12:52:33 CET 2014

Dear Andrei,

Thanks for the feedback. I also want to answer here.

El 12/16/14 9:01 AM, Andrei Robachevsky escribió:
> Hi Andres,
> Thank you very much for this proposal. In my opinion it is a significant
> step forward towards reaching a solution. We would like to update the
> RIPE community on this progress and get some feedback, and I appreciate
> your perspective on a few things I mention below.
> I think the format and the governance model is quite clear from your
> proposal. However, it would be helpful if we could articulate the
> purpose of this Council more clearly, especially outlining the function
> that cannot be performed by the executive branch of the RIRs, and using
> the existing mechanisms (e.g. a members meeting).
> To illustrate what I am looking for, below are some questions I am
> pondering myself when thinking about the Council and its role:
> - is this is to channel and collate feedback from the community (or the
> RIR membership) ?

Not the major goal of the MONC (that now should be named ¨the council¨ 

Of course, as the communities are the ones that should appoint the 
members of the council, some feedback or interactions are expected.

> - is this to enable some oversight to ensure that IANA services still
> meet the expectations of the global community (by whatever means)?
> - is it all of the above (or none of the above)?

Consistent with the rest of the Framework we have been discussing, the 
NRO (RIRs) will perform the oversight to ensure IANA services meet he 
expectations of the global community, most likely trought the SLA or MoU 
that will be signed with the IANA operator (ICANN).

The council is expected to have virtual interactions and maybe meet once 
a year, lets say together with the last NRO-EC retreat, and would be 
required to provide a report that has to be considered by the NRO-EC 
(not mandatory) for oversight purposes.

Hope this helps to clarify a bit more.



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