In an earlier post, I mentioned that the Secretariat translated the APNIC 40 policy proposals into eight regional languages (Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Hindi, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese) in response to the 2015 APNIC Survey.
The proposals discussed were:
- prop-113: Modification in the IPv4 eligibility criteria
- prop-114: Modification in the ASN eligibility criteria
- prop-115: Registration of detailed assignment information in the whoisDB
Both prop-113 and prop-114 reached consensus at the APNIC 40 Policy SIG and again at the AMM and are in the four-week comment period. The deadline for final comments is just days away on Sunday, 11 October 2015.
Prop-115 did not reach consensus and was sent back to the author for further consideration.
As part of this exercise, the Secretariat has also translated these outcomes into the same eight languages. These translations will become a regular feature of our Policy SIGs.
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