[CRISP-TEAM] Comments on section I

Sweeting, John john.sweeting at twcable.com
Tue Dec 23 15:34:15 CET 2014

Agree with all points including no apostrophes.

On 12/23/14, 2:26 AM, "Alan Barrett" <apb at cequrux.com> wrote:

>On Mon, 22 Dec 2014, Michael Abejuela wrote:
>> Please find attached the updated proposal draft as discussed
>> during the conference call earlier today.
>In section I, under "What registries are involved in providing the
>service or activity", I think that the question refers to IANA
>registries, so the answer should say something about IP addresses and AS
>numbers, not RIRs.  Adapting the text from the answer to "A description
>of the service or activity", I'd say something like this:
>    What registries are involved in providing the service or activity
>    The most relevant IANA registries are the IPv4 address registry,
>    the IPv6 address registry, and the ASN registry.  Delegation of
>    "IN-ADDR.ARPA" and "IP6.ARPA" domain names also requires interaction
>    with the .ARPA zone registry.
>Also, at the first use of ASN under "A description of the service or
>activity", I suggest expanding the acronym to "Autonomous System Numbers
>Do we want to use apostrophes in pluralised acronyms, like "ASN's" and
>"RIR's", or write them without apostrophes as "ASNs" and "RIRs"?  I
>prefer them without apostrophes, but whatever we choose, we should check
>for consistent use of the same style throughout the document.
>--apb (Alan Barrett)
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