Paul Wilson and Izumi Okutani update us on IANA Stewardship Transition Proposal, which they will both discuss at APRICOT 2016.
ICANN held its 54th Public Meeting last week in Dublin, Ireland. Around 2,395 attendees from 130 countries participated in 370+ sessions.
There was a lot of progress made on the IANA stewardship transition and ICANN accountability discussions at ICANN 54.
LACNIC 24 attracted close to 400 attendees and over 1800 remote participants. Check out what APNIC was up to at the event.
Should we change the size of IPv4 allocations from IANA?
Guest Post: Why is it important to highlight IPv4 depletion in ARIN region? Adiel Akplogan, ICANN, provides some answers.
APNIC 40 was our biggest standalone meeting. These were four things that really stood out to me.
What’s the current state of play with the IANA stewardship transition and what work remains for the Numbers Community?
It’s easy to make predictions; the tough part is getting them right! I’ve applied two different models to IPv4 exhaustion for a more detailed prediction.
What is the second draft SLA and how was it compiled.