APNIC participated at the 35th American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) meeting, in San Fransisco, USA from 12 to 15 April 2015.
The three-day ARIN 35 included the Public Policy Meeting where six policies were discussed, updates from the CRISP team, other Internet organizations such as IANA and the other RIRs, an RDAP update, and finally the ARIN 35 Members Meeting.
There was also an update by Leslie Nobile, ARIN’s Senior Director of Global Registry Knowledge, on the status of available IPv4 address space, which is sitting at 0.23 as at today.
Slides and webcast archives are available.
- Paul Wilson presented an update of APNIC’s activities and services on 14 April at the Global Reports session, and also contributed to the CRISP Panel discussion on the progress of the IANA Stewardship Coordination Group (ICG) proposal
- Following ARIN 35, Guangliang Pan attended the Number Resource Organization (NRO) Registration Services Managers (RSM) meeting to discuss whois data accuracy and registration and other relevant activities
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