[CRISP-TEAM] Suggested text: Review Commitee
andres at lacnic.net
Thu Dec 18 14:26:55 CET 2014
Perhaps something is missing. Are you able to provide a 3rd version
El 12/18/14 11:02 AM, Andrei Robachevsky escribió:
> Hi Michael,
> It seems none of my proposals regarding overlaps were included in the
> new text:
> The specific registries that are administered by the IANA per the
> authority delegated to the Internet Number Registry System are
> "Autonomous System (AS) Numbers", "IANA IPv4 Address Space Registry",
> and "IPv6 Global Unicast Address Assignments". Note that within each
> IANA registry, there are also special-purpose values, and those
> special-purpose values are outside the Internet Numbers Registry System
> and instead administered under the direction of the IETF. The
> delineation of the specific ranges delegated to the Internet Number
> Registry system is provided in RFC 7249.
> The IETF is responsible for policy relating to the entire IP address
> space and AS number space. Through the IANA protocol parameters
> registries, the IETF delegates unicast IP address ("IANA IPv4 Address
> Space Registry" and "IPv6 Global Unicast Allocations Registry") and AS
> number space ("Autonomous System (AS) Numbers Registry”) to the RIR
> system [RFC7020]. Note that within each IANA registry, there are also
> special-purpose registries, which are outside the Internet Numbers
> Registry System and instead administered under the direction of the
> IETF. The delineation of the specific ranges delegated to the Internet
> Number Registry system is provided in RFC 7249.
> The five open regional RIR communities develop the global policies under
> which allocations from the IANA-managed pools are made. The RIRs
> facilitate the open, transparent and bottom-up processes via which the
> communities develop and agree these policies. There are currently three
> global policies relating to management of the global pools of IPv4
> addresses, IPv6 addresses and AS Numbers. There is a fourth global
> policy agreed by the RIR communities, ICP-2, "Criteria for Establishment
> of New Regional Internet Registries".
> Allocations from these registries delegated to the Internet Number
> Registry system are performed by IANA following the global policies,
> developed by RIR communities following a global policy development
> process [REFERENCE]. This is an open, transparent and bottom-up
> processes facilitated by the RIRs. There are currently three global
> policies relating to management of the global pools of IPv4 addresses,
> IPv6 addresses and AS Numbers. There is a fourth global policy agreed by
> the RIR communities, ICP-2, "Criteria for Establishment of New Regional
> Internet Registries".
> I was under the impression that we reached agreement on these changes.
> Michael Abejuela wrote on 18/12/14 13:39:
>> Hello Izumi and rest of the CRISP Team,
>> For the groups review and comment, please find attached a clean and
>> redline version of the updated draft proposal. In this version, you will
>> observe inclusion of revisions to the language regarding the issue of
>> ICANN Board ratification that was discussed yesterday. As you all saw, I
>> proposed initial language; and based on helpful feedback from Bill and
>> Alan, I updated the language as you will see in this draft.
>> In addition, Izumi was kind enough to propose language on the Review
>> Committee issue which I have also discussed with Andres and in this draft,
>> you will observe a slight update to Izumi¹s initial proposed language. I
>> tried to capture the nature of the comments as well as make it in line
>> with the rest of the proposal language.
>> Please let me know if I have missed anything or if there are any desired
>> edits. I assume there will be substantive discussion of these edits on
>> the call today.
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