[Fwd: [members-discuss] [ncc-announce] RIPE NCC Position On The ITU IPv6 Group]
brunner at nic-naa.net
Wed Mar 31 04:58:56 CDT 2010
That's odd. I was invited, by the US, but I'd scheduled CORE's
technical meeting in Dortmund the following week, and there is only so
much away time I can schedule while my wife is a 1L at Cornell Law, so
I sent my regrets.
The utility of going, as part of the US ISP delegation, and being
excluded from even observing, seems odd.
Anyway, the point of my question is how much clue is available when
and where policy is made, visibly in the neighborhood of zero through
ICANN's (and this is not drcs' fault, far from it) vehicle for ISP
participation in policy making. So what is it in the ITU playpen? The
value appears to be in the same range. I could be completely mistaken,
hence the question.
The short form of my contribution to the issues discussion is that
iso3166 in the IANA root solved a scaling problem (epoch==Jon Postel),
but left stateless peoples waiting for DNS Godot. A CIR model has the
same issue for v6 allocation, leaving the same peoples waiting for a
single v6 block Godot. Agreement is not mandatory.
On 3/30/10 8:15 PM, David Conrad wrote:
> Well, actually, ICANN was in Geneva specifically for the meeting, but we weren't allowed into the room. Quite annoying, actually.
> On Mar 30, 2010, at 2:05 PM, Richard Barnes wrote:
>> There were a few representatives of the Internet community at the
>> meeting. All five RIRs were represented, as was ISOC. The notable
>> absence was ICANN. Of course, this sample is by no means
>> representative of the entire community, but it's more than "None."
>> On Tue, Mar 30, 2010 at 7:50 PM, Martin Hannigan
>> <martin at theicelandguy.com> wrote:
>>> On 3/11/10, Eric Brunner-Williams <brunner at nic-naa.net> wrote:
>>>> What NANOG contributors, if any, are invited by a government, to join
>>>> their national delegation to the initial meeting of the ITU's IPv6
>>>> Group in Geneva next week?
>>> Sent from my mobile device
>>> Martin Hannigan martin at theicelandguy.com
>>> p: +16178216079
>>> Power, Network, and Costs Consulting for Iceland Datacenters and Occupants
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