[CRISP-TEAM] Draft mail: CRISP Team review of the Updated 4th Draft SLA for the IANA Numbering Services
Kivuva at transworldafrica.com
Thu Mar 3 16:54:59 CET 2016
I also do support the text.
Mwendwa Kivuva, Nairobi, Kenya
On 3 March 2016 at 13:24, Paul Rendek <rendek at ripe.net> wrote:
> Hello All,
> Thanks for drafting this text. I also support the text as proposed.
> On 03/03/16 00:32, Andrei Robachevsky wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Thank you for putting this together. I support the proposed text.
> > Thanks,
> > Andrei
> > Nurani Nimpuno wrote on 02/03/16 13:04:
> >> Dear CRISP team colleagues,
> >> Thank you all for your input on the 4th draft SLA.
> >> Please find below the draft mail to the global ianaxfer at nro.net list,
> summarising the CRISP team’s review of the latest draft SLA for the IANA
> Numbering Services.
> >> We ask for your feedback on this mail, and hope 36 hours is sufficient
> amount of time for your review.
> >> Could we ask you to provide your feedback or any comments you may have
> before 3 March 23:59?
> >> Thanks and kind regards,
> >> Izumi and Nurani
> >> ----------
> >> Dear Colleagues,
> >> The CRISP Team has reviewed the Updated 4th Draft SLA for the IANA
> Numbering Services.
> >> Updated 4th Draft SLA for the IANA Numbering Services
> >> Firstly, we would like to thank both ICANN and RIRs for sharing all
> comments and updates on the SLA from its Third Draft in a continued
> transparent manner with Internet number community. It is our expectation
> that the completion of this SLA will continue to take place in such a
> transparent and open manner.
> >> We observe that the 4th Draft SLA is consistent with the number
> community proposal and we support the comments made by RIR staff in working
> towards a final SLA document, addressing the feedback received from ICANN.
> >> We have primarily reviewed whether the SLA sufficiently covers the
> following four key elements of the number community proposal.
> >> * Service level requirements of the IANA Numbering Services are clearly
> defined to meet the expectations of the RIRs and the Internet numbers
> >> * The RIRs, and the Internet number Community through the Review
> Committee are able to conduct review of the service level, to ensure the
> service level is met in accordance with the SLA
> >> * The RIRs have the ability to terminate the SLA, while at the same
> time ensuring the stability of the IANA Numbering Services, in accordance
> with the number community proposal
> >> * The IPR and rights over data are transferred, in accordance with the
> number community proposal
> >> In particular, we support the NRO revisions numbered below, which are
> required to ensure consistency with the CRISP proposal. The previously
> proposed text, without the NRO revisions addressing ICANN’s feedback, would
> be inconsistent with the number community proposal as well as the final ICG
> proposal, and therefore not acceptable to the Internet number community.
> >> Source 15: 8.1- Periodic Review
> >> Source 16: 8.2- Cooperation with review
> >> Source 17: 9- Failure to Perform
> >> Source 20: 10.3 Right not to renew
> >> Source 24: 11.1 - Submission of a plan (* The RIR Lawyer Comment says
> 11.2.1 - could it be a typo?)
> >> Source 35: 11.2 - Transition to Successor Operator
> >> Source 26: 12.1 - Assignment of IPR and rights to Data
> >> In addition, we wish to remind the community that the SLA provides the
> Internet number community with its required accountability measures, which
> are clearly represented within the number community proposal; and it is
> therefore essential to the CRISP support for the IANA transition plan.
> >> The SLA will have no effect until the transition actually takes place
> on 30 September 2016, however it must be considered as an essential
> commitment along with other improvements to ICANN’s accountability. In
> particular the SLA should be executed or otherwise guaranteed, no later
> than the execution of changes to the ICANN Bylaws which have been specified
> by CCWG-accountability.
> >> The CRISP team wishes to express our concern about the lateness of the
> comments on the SLA made by ICANN, close to four months after the latest
> published version of the SLA by the RIRs.
> >> We would like to strongly request both ICANN and RIRs to work swiftly
> on providing additional inputs if any, so that the accountability measures
> needed for the Internet number community, can be put into place according
> to the schedule as described above. We trust that ICANN and RIRs continue
> to work constructively and transparently to finalise an SLA that respects
> the wishes of the number community.
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