[CRISP-TEAM] Move description of RIRs, NRO, and NRO EC to section I.A
izumi at nic.ad.jp
Wed Jan 14 07:12:45 CET 2015
Thank you Alan. I think your revision makes the proposal better.
I agree with all of them with just two points.
- description of RIRs: associations --> organisations
(we agreed to "organisations after your draft was sent)
NRO EC (made up of appointed representative of each RIR, normally the CEOs)
You deleted the part in bracket, assuming because this had been
explained earlier. I'm actually OK to keep the bracket part to be clear
in every part NRO = RIRs while I don't feel overly strong about deleting
the part in bracket either.
I'd like to make the decision at the coming call, whehther to
incorporate Alan's suggestion.
If anyone has any concerns, please raise it on this ML before thec
coming call, 14th Jan UTC13:00 as much as possible.
I see Bill has expressed support for this - thanks.
On 2015/01/13 19:04, Alan Barrett wrote:
> There are a few places in the document where something about the RIRs,
> the NRO, or the NRO EC, is explained parenthetically. I propose to move
> those descriptions to section I.A. I identified three things in this
> 1. The RIRs are not-for-profit membership associations with elected
> governance boards.
> This is currently mentioned in II.B.3.i. I propose to remove it from
> there, and add it to I.A.
> 2. The Number Resource Organization (NRO) is a coordinating mechanism of
> the RIRs to act collectively on matters relating to the interests of the
> RIRs, established by an MoU between the RIRs.
> This is currently mentioned in II.A.3. I propose to leave it there, and
> also add it to I.A.
> 3. The NRO Executive Council (NRO EC) is made up of appointed
> representative of each RIR, normally the CEOs.
> This is currently mentioned in IV.A. I propose to remove it from there,
> and add it to I.A.
> I attach a redline document incorporating thses changes, and the other
> changes from "NRO EC" to "RIRs" that I mentioned in an earlier message.
> --apb (Alan Barrett)
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