[CRISP-TEAM] Communicate to the IANAXFER about next steps?
apb at cequrux.com
Wed Jan 21 10:03:28 CET 2015
On Wed, 21 Jan 2015, Izumi Okutani wrote:
> Two points I would like to consult you.
> 1. Future steps and timeline
> It's probably useful to share the next step in the timelines,
> the session at ICANN52 (Monday morning).
> It may be more approproriate for an ICG member to do as this is
> a part of their process but I expect the ICG is extremely busy
> now, so just hope it won't get left behind.
> Would it make sense to confirm with an ICG member on the number
> resources (Paul Wilson and Adiel Akplogan) if there is a plan
> for them to share this on the IANAXFER list, and offer help in
> case they need?
I think that the CRISP Team should share information with the
ianaxfer list and with regional lists.
> 2. ICG will take care of all future steps?
> I would also like to double check about the CRISP Team's
> involvement in the future steps (if any).
> From the desription in the charter, would it be fair to assume
> our role is completed - and when ICG requests for comments fo
> the integrated proposal (currently planned in March), this part
> of the process would be handled by the ICG members in case any
> changes are needed in the numbers proposal?
Point 1 of the CRISP Team charter says "If there are subsequent
revisions to be made to the RIR ICG submission, the CRISP Team will
document the need for such changes and produce an updated ICG submission
after global number community discussion of the necessary changes (on a
global scope mailing list identified for this purpose.)".
I think we need to wait and see whether subsequent revisions will be
necessary. I think that means waiting until the final proposal from the
ICG is submitted to the NTIA.
> Or should we confirm this with the NRO?
> (I have no strong opinion either way. I think we should
> communicate whatever the decision is to the IANAXFER list so the
> community is also clear on who plays what role in future steps)
Sure, lets confirm with the NRO.
--apb (Alan Barrett)
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