[CRISP-TEAM] CRISP proposal Section VI. Community Process
robachevsky at isoc.org
Wed Jan 7 10:50:43 CET 2015
Nurani, thank you for putting this together. Looks really good.
I have a couple of points, the first is editorial and other two are more
> The Internet numbers community process can be characterized as "bottom-up", transparent and inclusive
Perhaps simply "The Internet numbers community process is "bottom-up",
transparent and inclusive"
> Existing processes and communication channels could therefore be used for the IANA stewardship transition discussions
I am not sure other community used their formal PDPs, we certainly
didn't use it in RIPE. The sentence may imply that we did. Perhaps:
Existing mechanisms and communication channels could therefore be used
for the IANA stewardship transition discussions
> The CRISP team believes that the global community has reached a consensus position on each of these issues, as reflected in the content of the current proposal and is well supported by the global numbering community
This is the key sentence for the whole section, IMO and we need to make
it as strong as possible. Maybe something along the lines:
There was clear agreement from the global community on positions
regarding each of these issues, as reflected in the content of the
current proposal. The CRISP Team believes therefore that the current
proposal fully reflects the consensus of the global numbering community.
Nurani Nimpuno wrote on 07/01/15 08:05:
> Thank you very much for your input Craig and Izumi.
> Please find attached a new version with your comments included.
> Kind regards,
> 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.
>> 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
>> APNIC EC announces CRISP Team appointees
>> APNIC EC seeks nominations for CRISP Team
>> 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,
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