[CRISP-TEAM] CRISP proposal Section VI. Community Process

Nurani Nimpuno nurani at netnod.se
Wed Jan 7 08:05:51 CET 2015

Thank you very much for your input Craig and Izumi.

Please find attached a new version with your comments included.

Kind regards,

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On 7 jan 2015, at 07:56, Craig Ng <craig at apnic.net> wrote:

> Thanks very much Nurani.
> Please use the text below for paragraph 2 of your comments below, for
> APNIC's description of the CRISP team selection process.
> Craig
> -----
> On 23 October 2014, through a post to the APNIC IANAxfer mailing list,
> APNIC sought volunteers from the Asia Pacific community to nominate to
> join the CRISP team. The nominees were asked to provide information about
> their qualifications and interest to the APNIC Executive Council for its
> consideration. The nomination period was open for two weeks. On 12
> November 2014, the APNIC Executive Council appointed Izumi Okutani and
> Dr Govind as its CRISP community members, and Craig Ng as its non-voting
> staff member to the CRISP team.
> The information was also posted on APNIC's IANA oversight transition
> website:
> APNIC EC announces CRISP Team appointees
> APNIC EC seeks nominations for CRISP Team
> http://www.apnic.net/community/iana-transition
> -----
> On 7/01/2015 9:16 am, "Nurani Nimpuno" <nurani at netnod.se> wrote:
>> Dear colleagues,
>> Please find attached an updated text for Section VI. Community Process.
>> I have incorporated the points that Izumi sent me, but due to timezone
>> differences she hasn't been able to review this draft before circulation.
>> We agreed that we should prioritise circulating the draft within the team
>> as soon as possible, given the short timeline.
>> I have enabled track changes so it is easy to review the changes.
>> Three quick comments:
>> 1. I have not touched the sections that describe each RIR's process,
>> apart from some very minor tidying.
>> 2. Please note that both the AfriNIC and APNIC texts need to include a
>> short description of the CRISP team selection process.
>> 3. The LACNIC and ARIN processes should be inserted. (Please don't forget
>> to include the CRISP team selection process for your region.)
>> Kind regards,
>> Nurani

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