APNIC 32 - Destination::IPv6

Policy SIG

When: Wednesday, 31 August 2011
Where: Grand ballroom
Time: 11:00 - 17:30 (UTC +9)
Proposals: Prop-096: Maintaining demonstrated needs requirement in transfer policy after the final /8 phase
Prop098: Optimizing IPv6 allocation strategies (simplified)
Prop099: IPv6 Reservation for Large Networks
Prop-100: National IP Address Plan - Allocation of country-wide IP address blocks

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Agenda
11:00 NRO NC election - Procedures

Paul Wilson

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NRO NC election - Candidate Speeches/Opening of Election

Election Chair - Dr Kilnam Chon

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Policy SIG Chair & Co-Chair election 0 0 Slides 1.1 MB
ICANN ASO Review - Survey Invitation

Raimundo Beca

0 0 ASO Survey
APNIC Policy Development Process

Andy Linton

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Review of SIG Action Items

Andy Linton

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Overview of Policy Proposals

Andy Linton

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Early Bird Prize Draw

Srinivas (Sunny) Chendi, APNIC

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12:30 Lunch 0 0
14:00 IPv6 Policy - Documentation

Adam Gosling, APNIC

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Discussion on IPv6 Policy Development

Andy Linton

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prop-069 Procedure for removing failed global policy

Andy Linton

0 0 Slides 1.2 MB
prop-096 Maintaining demonstrated needs requirement in transfer policy after the final /8 phase

Tomohiro Fujisaki

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prop-098 Optimizing IPv6 allocation strategies (simplified)

Owen DeLong

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ICANN ASO Review - Survey Reminder

SIG Chair

0 0 ASO Survey
15:30 Afternoon Tea 0 0
16:00 NRO NC voting close

Election Chair - Dr Kilnam Chon

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prop-099 IPv6 Reservation for Large Networks

Xing Li

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prop-100 National IP Address Plan - Allocation of country-wide IP address blocks

RM Agarwal

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17:30 NRO NC election result

Election Chair - Dr Kilnam Chon

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SIG Elections

Chair and Co-Chair elections were held during the first session of the Policy SIG meeting. See the results and the SIG guidelines.

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  • Bottom-up

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Conference
Key Info

Venue:

Paradise Hotel,
Busan, South Korea

Dates:

28 August -
1 September 2011

Program included:

AMM, Policy SIG, IPv6 plenary, APOPS

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