|Total number of on-site delegates:||529*|
|APNIC Member organizations represented:||162|
|YouTube:||1,567 views; 18,308 minutes viewed|
Total people reached:
|716 (Twitter) by 157 unique users|
|Meeting network site and mobile app:||254 delegates signed in|
APNIC NRO NC Election
One position on the NRO NC was up for election. The nominations (in the order they were received) were:
- Raja Muhammad Azeem
- Md Nadir Bin Ali
- Dhruba Adhikary
- Kong Diep
- Tomohiro Fuijisaki
- Sandeep Goel
- Elias Mandawali
- Sardjono Insani
Congratulations to Tomohiro Fuijisaki on his reelection to the NRO NC. He will serve on the NRO NC/ASO AC for two years from 1 January 2016 to 31 December 2017.
Congratulations also to Aftab Siddiqui on his reappointment for a further one-year term on the NRO NC/ASO AC from 1 January 2016 to 31 December 2016.
The Cooperation SIG is a forum for discussion about broader Internet issues like public policy and Internet governance with a focus on information sharing, outreach, capacity building, and other activities that will advance APNIC’s vision for a global, open, stable, and secure Internet.
Presentations at the SIG included:
- Maemura Akinori, Chair of the APNIC Executive Council, provided an Update on the WSIS+10 Review process.
- Edmon Chung CEO of .asia reported on his organization’s Coordinated Framework for Rapid Takedown / Suspension Processes Against Abusive Activities and the Universal Acceptance of Internationalized Domain Names (IDN), Email Addresses (EAI) and New Top Level Domains.
- Byron Ellacott, APNIC Technical Director spoke on the registry’s projects to support IDNs and internationalised email addresses in Universal Acceptance: APNIC system readiness.
- Jyoti Panday, speaking remotely for CIS India, provided an Introduction to the Manila Principles on intermediary liability.
The NIR SIG Chair and Co-Chair elections were also held at APNIC 40. Congratulations to Toshio Tachibana on his reelection as Chair of the NIR SIG and to Ajay Kumar on his reelection as Co-Chair. Congratulations also to Zhen Yu on his election for the first time as Co-Chair of the NIR SIG.
Many thanks go to Jessica Shen for her many years of service to the NIR SIG.
The following proposals reached consensus at the APNIC 40 Policy SIG and again at the AMM. It will be sent to the APNIC Policy SIG mailing list for a four-week comment period.
- prop-114: Modification in the ASN eligibility criteria
- prop-113: Modification in the IPv4 eligibility criteria
The following proposal did not reach consensus and will be sent back to the mailing list for further discussion.
- prop-115: Registration of detailed assignment information in the Whois DB
Translated summaries of the policy proposals
As part of the 2014 APNIC Survey initiatives, the policy proposals and outcomes discussed at APNIC 40 have been translated into the following languages.
|Proposals discussed||Proposal outcomes|
|Chinese (Simplified)||Chinese (Simplified)|
|Chinese (Traditional)||Chinese (Traditional)|
|Viet Namese||Viet Namese|
Summaries and translations of policy proposals will be made available for future APNIC Conferences.
Policy SIG Co-Chair Election
The APNIC Policy SIG Co-Chair election was also held at APNIC 40. Congratulations to Sumon Ahmed Sabir who was selected as the SIG Co-Chair for a term of two years.
Policy SIG Meeting informational presentations
- Geoff Huston (APNIC): The Status of APNIC’s IPv4 Resources: Exhaustion & Transfers
- Jim Cowie (Dyn): IPv4: Mining Strategic Reserves
- Tomohiro Fujisaki (NTT): IP addressing and IoT/M2M services
- Adam Gosling (APNIC) - Consultation on Policy Documentation
- Guangliang Pan (APNIC): Whois update from the Secretariat
APNIC offers its deepest thanks to the sponsors of APNIC 40, whose invaluable contributions allowed APNIC to offer a conference program of a very high standard.
APRICOT 2016 (APNIC 41)
Auckland, New Zealand
15-26 February 2016
Colombo, Sri Lanka
28 September - 5 October (updated July 2016)