We've received confirmation from Xing Li today that he is withdrawing prop-099 IPv6 Reservation for Large Networks. He has indicated that due to changes in the IPv6 policy documents as a result of prop-102 which reached consensus at our last meeting that he feels that there is now no need for this proposal.
We'd like to thank everyone for the constructive way in which this has been dealt with. It's great to see our community working well together in this way.
Most of you will have seen this announcement to apnic-talk and apnic-announce which covers the changes.
Implementation of prop-102
APNIC today published amendments to two documents related to the
implementation of the following policy proposal, which reached consensus
in February 2012 during APNIC 33 in New Delhi, India.
The proposal implemented is:
prop-102: Sparse allocation guidelines for IPv6 resource allocations
This proposal requires the details of any sparse allocation algorithm
used by APNIC to allocate IPv6 resources be published on the website,
and any revisions should be handled in line with the procedures
contained within APNIC-112.
The policy change required edits to two documents. The comment period
for the draft documents incorporating these policies ended on 19 August
2012. The following updated documents are now officially active: