Policy SIG

When: Tuesday, 28 August & Thursday 30 August
Time: Tues: 16:00 - 17:30 (UTC +7), Thurs: 11:00 - 15:30 (UTC +7)
Where:Ballroom 1
Chair:Andy Linton
Co-Chairs:Skeeve Stevens, Masato Yamanishi

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Co-Chair Election Result

The Co-Chair election took place during the first Policy SIG session on Tuesday, 28 August at the Phnom Penh meeting.

Congratulations to Masato Yamanishi for his successful appointment for a two-year term as Policy SIG Co-Chair. Thanks also to those nominees who expressed a willingness to serve the community in this role.

Agenda Session 1: 16:00 - 17:30 (UTC +7) on Tuesday, 28 August
16:00 Co-Chair Election

Andy Linton

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16:10 SIG Administration

Andy Linton Agenda Action Items Review Policy Development Process

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Secretariat Update

Adam Gosling

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16:20 prop-101 Proposal Overview

Masato Yamanishi

This a proposal to change the "IPv6 address allocation and assignment policy" to allow portable (that is, provider independent or PI) assignments of IPv6 address blocks to be made by APNIC to any organization with due justification and payment of standard fees, removing the current requirement that the requestor is or plans to be multihomed.

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16:30 prop-103 Proposal Overview

Andy Linton

IPv4 is history, with no need to add more policy. IPv6 is sufficiently plentiful that further policies are not needed. So let us agree to make no more IP address policies or proposals.

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16:40 prop-104 Proposal Overview

Skeeve Stevens

This proposal increases to 24 months, the demonstrated need evaluation period for IPv4 transfer recipients and for new delegations from the APNIC IPv4 free pool.

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16:50 Informational: Adjust Critical Infrastructure definition to include Internet PKI

Tom Paseka

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17:10 Informational: Address Reallocation among RIRs

Youngsun La

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Agenda Session 2: 11:00 - 12:30 (UTC +7) on Thursday 30 August
11:00 NRO NC Election Procedures

Paul WIlson

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11:10 NRO NC Nominee Statements

Election Chair

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11:25 prop-101 Removing multihoming requirement for IPv6 portable assignments

David Woodgate

This a proposal to change the "IPv6 address allocation and assignment policy" to allow portable (that is, provider independent or PI) assignments of IPv6 address blocks to be made by APNIC to any organization with due justification and payment of standard fees, removing the current requirement that the requestor is or plans to be multihomed.

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12:05 prop-097 Informational: Discussions in Japan about delegations of IPv4 address space in APNIC Free pool

Tomohiro Fujisaki

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12:25 NRO NC Voting Reminder

Election Chair

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Agenda Session 3: 14:00 - 15:30 (UTC +7) on Thursday 30 August
14:00 NRO NC Voting Close

Election Chair

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14:05 prop-104 Clarifying demonstrated needs requirement in IPv4 transfer policy

Shin SHIRAHATA

This proposal increases to 24 months, the demonstrated need evaluation period for IPv4 transfer recipients.

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14:45 prop-103 A Final IP Address Policy Proposal

Randy Bush

IPv4 is history, with no need to add more policy. IPv6 is sufficiently plentiful that further policies are not needed. So let us agree to make no more IP address policies or proposals.

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15:00 NRO NC Election Results

Election Chair

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