Re: [sig-policy] Address Transfer Policy Proposal
Following up to my own post, how shameful..
On 17/07/2009, at 1:08 PM, Terry Manderson wrote:
That said, I'm not going to flog a dead horse as it were - if the
_act_ of applying for resources under this proposal is considered
confidential, even though it can be worked out from public records,
I will amend my position after word back from the secretariat.
To avoid diving back into a world of lawyers and pondering over the
case related to the privacy of the _act_, which might make this a
silly unqualified discussion. We all know and accept that once the
allocation is made, it is of public record. Would the wording: "a
notice of allocation will be posted for at least 7 days on the APNIC
website" placate the concerns.. it would still provide that
transparency and awareness I'm looking for and additionally maintain
privacy concerns for both the information and the act.
Such that some mooted text might be:
"On DD/MM/YYYY a member with the Opaque-ID(*) of A91A7381 has been
resources with consideration in regard to this policy (prop ###, Sect
(*) APNIC has provided documentation now on the extended format at ftp://ftp.apnic.net/apnic/stats/apnic/README-EXTENDED.TXT
Option C v1.2 would then look like;
"When a member disposes of address space using this transfer policy
the member should not be entitled to any further IPv4 allocations
or assigments from APNIC for a period of 12 months or until the
"final / 8" assignment measures are implemented. In exceptional
circumstances a member can submit a comprehensive plan justifying
an allocation and if successful a notice of allocation will be posted
for at least 7 days on the APNIC website."