Summary of RIR proposals

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The work of the CRISP team marches swiftly on. The team has their second teleconference tonight Thursday, December 11, 2014 (1:00 pm UTC).

I have developed a document for this meeting summarising the proposals made by APNIC, RIPE NCC and LACNIC for their respective community’s consideration. It has been submitted to the CRISP team for its consideration and to assist in discussions. I felt it may be of interest to the wider community.

Summary of RIR proposals

It discusses a possible way of consolidating all three current proposals. This will accommodate the needs and concerns of these regions. ARIN staff have indicated that they see no objection to this proposal. AFRINIC staff have also indicated in discussions that they agree with this proposed way forward.

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