[CRISP-TEAM] Comment from Richard Hill Fwd: RE: [NRO-IANAXFER] Internet Number Community IANA Stewardship Proposal: Final Call for Comments
robachevsky at isoc.org
Fri Jan 9 10:19:20 CET 2015
Thank you Izumi for summarizing these issues.
I agree with your observations and others' comments.
Izumi Okutani wrote on 08/01/15 22:48:
> 2) VI. Reflect low input in RIR processes
Totally agree with Nurani that while low traffic on the ianaxfer list is
a concern, we shoudl take into account the ongoing discussions in the
regions since the NTIA announced the intent. Much of the initial draft
the RIPE members of the CRISP team initially proposed was based on the
takeaways from the session at RIPE69 and before.
And low traffic on ianaxfer - yes, but it is not totally surprising - at
the end of the day we are not proposing substantive changes to the way
things work, since no issues have been identified with the existing setup.
> 3) Why the option of having NRO as an operator is not considered
> - He says some support was expressed for this option in some RIR lists
> Any region which observed this?
> (I don't this was the case in the APNIC region. It may be possible
> someone outside the region may have mention which I overlooked but
> certainly not a level of notable support or a recognition.)
> - He also asks for providing a reason why CRISP Team hasn't considered
> this option. What are your thoughts?
I think our work was guided by a principle don't fix what is not broken
- not creating a blueprint of a new theoretical system, but rather
focusing on essential elements of the pragmatic framework, that has
proved to work well.
> 5) Community cannot approve this part of the transition plan without an
> SLA text
> According to my memory, this is what we discussed and agreed:
> - We agreed to put leave the high level principles as it is beyond the
> scope of CRISP Team to define an actual SLA
> - We are not RIRs and developing a contract on behalf of RIRs would be
> stepping outside of our role.
Fully agree with Alan's comment here.
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