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Dear friends and colleagues
Happy new year! I thought I would give you a brief update on what's been happening at CRISP.
You will recall from my previous updates that on 19 December, the CRISP team released the first draft response document for public consultation. A revised document (with minor editing changes) was released on 24 December. This document, when finalised after receiving community input, will be submitted to the ICG on 15 January 2015, to meet the deadline set by the ICG. The latest document can be accessed here: <1st Draft Proposal with editorial changes https://www.nro.net/crisp-proposal-first-draft-1-1 >.
Since my last report, and over the Christmas/New Year break, the CRISP team has met four times, for the duration of between one and two hours each time. These meetings focus on discussing community inputs submitted to the NRO IANAxfer mailing list, and in particular, canvassing the views of CRISP team members and arriving at a position on each of these inputs. The inputs and comments are on issues ranging from: intellectual property rights; the duration of any contract with ICANN; how the review team (an idea originating from LACNIC's MONC concept) will be composed. I must say that Izumi Okutani, as chair of the CRISP team, is doing a sterling job marshalling all the issues and team members. There is a spreadsheet which tracks each of these inputs, with the CRISP team response. The spreadsheet is constantly updated. The current version can be accessed here: <IANA xfer summary discussion 04012015 https://www.nro.net/wp-content/uploads/NRODiscussionList_20150104_CRISPinte rnal.xlsx >.
The deadline for the public to provide comments and inputs on the first draft was yesterday. A second draft response document, incorporating feedback from community comments, is scheduled to be released for public consultation on 8 January. The public will then have another opportunity to provide further inputs and comments until 12 January.
From my perspective, the current draft response document is in relatively
good shape. None of the comments from the community feedback will, in my view, significantly or substantially impact on the original framework of the RIRs' proposal to ICG and NTIA. Whilst there may be some fine tuning and refining of the draft response document, the key principles remain. That is: * ICANN will continue to be the operator of the number resources part of the IANA functions; * The service specifications that ICANN will deliver to the RIRs will be recorded in a document described as the IANA Service Level Agreement (SLA); * The NRO will empanel a "Review Committee" (with a name to be decided), which will be tasked with reviewing and reporting to the community and the NRO, about whether ICANN has performed its obligations under the SLA to the specified standards. The APNIC CRISP team members will host a second community briefing session later today, at 2:30pm Brisbane time. The first briefing session, held on 30 December, was only attended by five people. The link to join the WebEx meeting this afternoon is available here: <Join WebEx meeting https://apnic.webex.com/apnic/j.php?MTID=mafa6811e6a0367b2665f1b8cde00da78
Craig (APNIC CRISP staff team member)
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