in conjunction with APRICOT 2013

Policy SIG

When: Wednesday, 27 and Thursday 28 February
Time: Wed: 11:00 - 12:30 (UTC +8), Thurs: 11:00 - 15:30 (UTC +8)
Where: Jurong
Chair: Andy Linton
Co-Chairs: Skeeve Stevens, Masato Yamanishi
APNIC Policy SIG: Wednesday 11:00 - 12:30
SIG Administration

Andy Linton

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Implementation Report

Adam Gosling

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Informational: Creation of Route Objects in APNIC whois

George Michaelson

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Informational: Policy Options for Encouraging Membership of an NIR

Sanjeev Gupta

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Informational Presentations: Thursday 11:00 - 12:30
Documentation Update

Adam Gosling

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Informational: The Role of the APNIC Secretariat in the PDP

Dean Pemberton

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Informational: Questions for Clarification in the APNIC PDP

Masato Yamanishi

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PDP Discussion

Andy Linton, SIG Chair

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Open Policy Meeting: Thursday 14:00 - 15:30
prop-105 prop-105: Distribution of returned IPv4 address blocks

Tomohiro Fujisaki

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prop-106 prop-106: Restricting excessive IPv4 address transfers under the final /8 block

Shin SHIRAHATA

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Get involved in the Policy Development Process

IP addresses and AS numbers are shared resources, available for use by anyone who can demonstrate the need for them. APNIC policies ensure these resources are distributed fairly and consistently across the whole Asia Pacific region. Proposed policy changes are discussed in the Policy SIG.

The charter of the Policy SIG is to develop policies and procedures for the management and use of numeric Internet resources in the Asia Pacific region.

Find out how you can participate in the policy development process.

Consensus Policy Making

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APNIC policies are decided by the Asia Pacific community in a consensus decision-making process that is:

  • Open
  • Transparent
  • Bottom-up

APNIC Policy Development Process