|Total number of on-site delegates:||332*|
|APNIC Member organizations represented:||133|
|YouTube:||1,414 views; 10,646 minutes viewed|
Total people reached:
|467 (Twitter) by 119 unique users|
|Meeting network site and mobile app:||162 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:
- Brajesh Jain
- Komal Batool
- Henri Kasyfi Soemartono
Congratulations to Brajesh Jain on his election to the NRO NC. He will serve on the NRO NC/ASO AC for two years from 1 January 2017 to 31 December 2018.
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:
- Dr. Govind introduced the different fora and actors shaping Internet Governance, highlighting the importance of openness and inclusivity.
- Billy Cheon provided an update about the Asia Pacific Internet Governance Academy (APIGA) held in Seoul this August.
- Izumi Okutani discussed the upcoming 2016 Internet Governance Forum from the perspective of the numbers community.
- Paul Wilson offered a reflection on the IANA transfer process looking at the road travelled and road ahead for the multistakeholder Internet community.
- Maureen Hilyard presented a comprehensive look at the Internet in the Pacific.
- Sagarika Wickramasekera shared recent efforts by ISOC LK and IGF_LK.
An NIR SIG Chair election was held at APNIC 42 following the resignation of former Chair, Toshio Tachibana, earlier this year.
Congratulations to Shyam Nair on his election as Chair of the NIR SIG. Acting Chair, Ajai Kumar, reverted to his position of Co-Chair. As a consequence, there was no Co-Chair election required.
The community thanks Toshio and Ajai for their service as Chair and Acting Chair, respectively.
The Open Policy Meeting of the APNIC Policy SIG took place during three sessions over two days.
The first SIG session continued the community discussion about APNIC Whois Database Accuracy. APNIC Services Director George Kuo, and Dhammika Priyantha of the Sri Lanka National Police, were joined by remote presenters from the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation and the New Zealand Police.
A number of statistical informational presentations by the Secretariat reviewed global address consumption as well as delegation and transfer reports regarding the Final /8 pool.
The following proposals were discussed but did not reach consensus. They will both be returned to the authors for further consideration.
- prop-116 - Prohibit to transfer IPv4 addresses in the final /8 block
- Revising eligible voters of Chair election and Chair's term
Translated summaries of the policy proposals
As part of the 2014 APNIC Survey initiatives, the policy proposals discussed at APNIC 42 have been translated into the following languages.
|Proposals discussed||Proposal outcomes|
|Bahasa Indonesian||Bahasa Indonesian|
|Chinese (Simplified)||Chinese (Simplified)|
|Chinese (Traditional)||Chinese (Traditional)|
|Viet Namese||Viet Namese|
APNIC offers its deepest thanks to the sponsors of APNIC 42, whose invaluable contributions allowed APNIC to offer a conference program of a very high standard.
APRICOT 2017 (APNIC 43)
Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam
20 February to 2 March 2017
7 to 14 September 2017