strawman for discussion in Ann Arbor
Martin Lee Schoffstall
schoff at psi.com
Mon Oct 4 14:40:11 UTC 1993
for the near term
the US will be a very different environment than Canada and mexico
is my guess
whether that impacts the participant "countries" i don't know
In the spirit of IEPG and other international groups, should we
broaden this to include all of North America? Someone here also
suggested Central and South America.
I also think this is a very good idea and we will help to support
a change like this.
> From: Peter Lothberg <roll at bsd.stupi.se>
> To: "Martin Lee Schoffstall" <schoff at psi.com>
> CC: peter at goshawk.lanl.gov, regional-techs at merit.edu, boss at sunet.se
> In general the idea is good.
> Within Ripe a new working group called the "EEPG" was started at the
> last Ripe meeting, and this group has a very simular agenda.
> Chairman is Bernhard Stockman.
> To Peter F's proposal I have a comment;
> > Interexchange coordination (e.g. Mae-East, etc.)
> > (network operators as customers of NSFNET NAPs)
> As the 'GIX-part' of MAE-east servers the Universe, not only one part
> of the global Internet, I would stress that is one of the tasks of the
> IEPG, if we all agree on that the IEPG is the place where the regional
> coordinating bodys meet.
> As the US side has NAP's and Europe has IXF's, and they are different,
> It makes sence to put them on the regional agenda.
> > cheers and see you in A**2,
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> -Peter (L)
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