[CRISP-TEAM] SLA developments - deliverable?

Paul Rendek rendek at ripe.net
Tue Apr 14 10:26:37 CEST 2015

Hey Michael,

Oh great, this seems like a very reasonable approach.

Thanks very much for the update, I think its good that we are all on the
same page here with the progress.


On 4/12/15 5:54 PM, Michael Abejuela wrote:
> Hello Paul,
> Thank you for your e-mail. As was mentioned during the last CRISP team
> call, ARIN has a dedicated panel session on the CRISP team’s efforts
> on Monday at 11:00 a.m. local time here in San Francisco and we invite
> anyone to the session either onsite or remotely as the session will be
> webcast.
> During that session, I intend to update the community on the status of
> the drafting of the SLA and am happy to share that update with the
> CRISP team now.
> (1) Efforts by the RIR legal staff on the drafting of the SLA have
> been ongoing with such efforts guided by the SLA principles as
> identified in the CRISP proposal;
> (2) The next step is for the respective RIR staff members of the
> drafting team to discuss the draft SLA for submission to the RIR CEO's
> for review (since it is the RIRs who are drafting the language of the
> SLA). Anticipate that this call will take place at some point this
> week assuming
> we can find a time that it convenient for all involved. Intention is
> for the drafting team to submit a document for the RIR CEO’s review by
> Friday this week;
> (3) Once the draft SLA is forwarded to the RIR CEO’s for review, the
> RIRs shall review and concur on a draft SLA for release to the public for
> community comment which at that time will be announced by the RIRs.
> (4) The expectation and suggestion is that when presented to the
> community, any sections of the draft SLA that may not completely align
> with the principles in the CRISP proposal or may be perceived as
> ambiguous with regards to consistency with the principles in the CRISP
> proposal be specifically highlighted to the community for comment.
> (5) While not yet confirmed by the RIRs and the CRISP team, likely
> will rely on the CRISP team to coordinate community feedback similarly
> as was
> done during the development of the CRISP proposal.
> Please let me know if you have any questions.
> Thanks,
> -Michael
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> On 4/12/15, 5:55 AM, "Paul Rendek" <rendek at ripe.net
> <mailto:rendek at ripe.net>> wrote:
>     Hello ALl,
>     I just wanted to drop a quick line regarding our recent
>     tele-conference.
>     Everything seems to be moving along nicely but given our discussions I
>     think it would be very useful to have an indication of when we can
>     expect the draft SLA.
>     It would be useful to have this (once signed off by the NRO EC) as the
>     RIR meetings are fast approaching.
>     Micheal, can you give us an indication of when we can see the
>     first draft?
>     I hope you are all well,
>     Paul
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