Thank you to the attendees, sponsors, and everyone who contributed to APNIC 54. The preliminary event participation statistics are:
|Total number of registered attendees||563 in person; 595 online*|
|APNIC Member organizations represented||295|
|#apnic54 tweets||636 tweets from 119 contributors|
Unique registered attendees using Zoom.
The Election Chair, Anju Mangal, advised the APNIC EC Chair that the announcement of the election results should be deferred due to potential anomalies with the voting process. Ms Mangal was not confident, as the Election Chair, that the election results accurately represented the votes of the community.
The election result will be provided once it is confirmed that the election process was conducted according to the election procedures.
Update: 11 October 2022
APNIC conducted an analysis of the community elections and concluded that:
- No anomalies were found in election processes or voting that would impact the results of the APNIC 54 elections. The election results as originally received from the election system are therefore considered to be valid.
Congratulations to the candidates elected to the following positions:
- NRO NC (one seat) – Gaurav Kansal
- Cooperation SIG Co-Chair – Bikram Shrestha
- NIR SIG Co-Chair – Gaurav Kansal
- Policy SIG Co-Chair – Anupam Agrawal
APNIC thanks Aftab Siddiqui, Zhen Yu, and Ching-Heng Ku, for their service to the Routing Security SIG, NIR SIG and Policy SIG, respectively.
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 the session was: ‘My global online presence diminished: conflicts, politics and consequences’ and explored how multistakeholder participatory Internet governance processes are affected by recent geopolitical conflicts and national regulations. The session recording and discussion materials are available.
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 the following presentations:
- Case study of RPKI and IPv6 deployment (Dan Van Sang)
- Overview of delegations, IPv6, RPKI status among NIRs (Oanh Nguyen)
Open Policy Meeting (Policy SIG)
The APNIC Open Policy Meeting (OPM) is an open forum to develop policies that relate to the management and use of Internet number resources within the Asia Pacific region. These include policies for resource allocation, recovery and transfer, and for resource registration within whois, reverse DNS, RPKI and related services.
The Open Policy Meeting (OPM) had a presentation about the following:
- Policy implementation report (Sunny Chendi)
The following policy proposals reached consensus at the OPM and AMM:
The following proposal did not reach consensus and will go back to the mailing list to be amended:
Translated summaries of the policy proposals
The policy proposals discussed at the APNIC 54 OPM have been translated into the following languages.
Routing Security SIG
The Routing Security SIG provides a platform to discuss operational issues and best practices to secure global Internet routing. It also provides advice, support and technical review of policy proposals concerning routing security to advise the APNIC Community.
The SIG had presentations about the following topics:
- AU/NZ RPKI Update (Terry Sweetser)
- IPv6 extension headers in Routing Security (Dr Johnson)
- Routing Hijack – Bangladesh (Simon Sohel Baroi)
20 February to 2 March 2023