Thank you to the attendees, sponsors, and everyone who contributed to APNIC 46. The preliminary event participation statistics are:
|Total number of on-site delegates:||305*|
|APNIC Member organizations represented:||92|
|#apnic46 tweets:||503 from 132 users |
* Excludes APNIC staff.
** Web-based online participation options included a choice of video, audio, and text chat. These figures are based on unique IP addresses and exclude APNIC staff and on-site participants, as reported by Adobe Connect statistics.
APNIC NRO NC Election
One position on the NRO NC was up for election. The nominations (in the order they were received) were:
- KH. Ahmad Nadeem
- Vineet Saagar Prasad
- Solomon Wesley Sua
- Ahsan Habib Bhuiyan Rumi
- Conie Borres Mercader
- Jyuma Yamamoto
- Manoj Adhikari
- Md Mawdud Ahmed
- Minh Lay
- Mubashar Shahzad
- Md Zakirul Islam
- Tashi Phuntsho
- Anwar Ahmed
- Sanaullah Soomro
- Md. Mahabub Ujjaman
- Vicente Calag
- Brajesh Jain
Congratulations to Brajesh Jain on his re-election to the NRO NC. He will serve a two-year term of office.
The Cooperation SIG is a forum for discussion about broader Internet issues such as 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. The theme of this SIG was: Whois - Challenges of data protection and privacy.Presentations at the SIG included:
- Whois-Challenges of Data Protection & Privacy - Nepal Perspective (Bikram Shrestha)
- General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) & Whois at ICANN (Savenaca Vocea)
- GDPR Discussions With ICANN and GAC (Guo Feng)
The NIR SIG shares information relating to the operations, policies, and procedures of National Internet Registries (NIRs) with the aim of promoting close cooperation among the NIRs and with the APNIC Secretariat.
The NIR SIG had presentations from the following NIRs:
- CNNIC Update (Zhen Yu)
- VNNIC Update (Oanh Nguyen)
- TWNIC Update (Tim Wang)
- myIDNIC Roadmap (Adi Kusuma)
- KRNIC Update (Jinhyun Cho)
- JPNIC Update (Hiroki Kawabata)
NIR SIG Chair, Shyam Nair's term ended at APNIC 46. As no candidates were nominated, Co-Chair Zhen Yu will assume the role of Acting Chair until APNIC 47. There will be another Chair and Co-Chair election at APNIC 47. APNIC thanks Shyam Nair for his contribution to the APNIC community.
The APNIC Policy SIG is an open forum to develop policies and procedures that relate to the management and use of Internet address resources by APNIC, NIRs and ISPs within the Asia Pacific region.
The following policy proposals were discussed at the APNIC 46 Policy SIG.
Did not reach consensus and returned to the mailing list for further discussion:
- prop-118: No need policy in APNIC region
- prop-124: Clarification on IPv6 sub-assignments
- prop-126: PDP Update
- prop-125: Validation of "abuse-mailbox" and other IRT emails
- SIG Administration - Sumon Ahmed Sabir (Chair)
- ASO AC Report - Brajesh Jain
- ARIN PDP - Tina Morris, ARIN
Translated summaries of the policy proposals
The policy proposals discussed at the APNIC 46 Policy SIG have been translated into the following languages.
ASO Review Consultation
This was the third session held with the APNIC community as part of a global consultation on the issues identified by the independent review of the ASO by ITEMS International.
The session discussed the NRO EC’s recent input after the previous RIR consultations held in the past year. The session also covered a two-stage model proposal from a community member and the Supporting Organization (SO) status at ICANN.
A survey was launched to gather more feedback from the community on the ASO Review.Presentations included:
- Background on the ASO Review consultations (Aftab Siddiqui)
- Input from NRO EC on the future of ASO (Paul Wilson)
- Questions for consultations (Aftab Siddiqui)
- ASO as an empowered community (Craig Ng)
For more information and to share your comments, please see the ASO Review Working Group webpage.
APRICOT 2019/APNIC 47
18 to 28 February 2019