We submitted a policy proposal, which is related to my informational presentation at APNIC 34.
As Andy posted:
"prop-105-v001: Distribution of returned IPv4 address blocks (Modification of prop-088)'
My presentation at APNIC 34:
Please give us your comments!
Yours Sincerely, -- Tomohiro Fujisaki
P.S. Dean, I'm sorry not to reply your e-mail soon, but we took a time to draft our policy in detail.
From: Dean Pemberton email@example.com Subject: Re: [sig-policy] Call for APNIC 35 Policy Proposals Date: Sun, 13 Jan 2013 09:37:00 +1300
| Is anyone planning to put a proposal up for discussion at APNIC35? | | It would be good to be able to discuss these on the mailing list with | plenty of time before the meeting. | Even if it's just an idea at this stage, please let the rest of the | community know. | | | Regards, | Dean | | On Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 4:01 PM, Skeeve Stevens firstname.lastname@example.org: | | > Dear Colleagues, | > | > Is there something in APNIC's policies that you think needs an update, | > could be improved or changed for the better? | > | > If so, then why don't you submit a policy proposal for APNIC 35? | > | > If you are not sure whether your policy idea has merit or is covered by an | > existing one, please seek some advice from the Chairs or the community in | > general by posting to this mailing list. You never know until you ask. | > | > Policy proposals will need to be submitted before Wednesday 30 January | > 2013 to be considered for consensus at the APNIC 35 Policy SIG in | > Singapore 25 February - 1 March 2013. | > | > There are two ways to submit a policy proposal: | > | > 1. Use the online form at: | > http://www.apnic.net/community/policy/proposals/submit | > | > 2. Send your proposal in TEXT format to <policy at apnic dot net>. | > | > We encourage you to submit proposals well before the deadline. This gives | > the community more time to consider your proposal and gives you the | > opportunity to amend your proposal, if needed, based on the community's | > feedback. | > | > | > More information | > ---------------- | > | > APNIC's policy development process is explained at: | > | > http://www.apnic.net/policy | > | > View current and past policy proposals at: | > | > http://www.apnic.net/policy/proposals | > | > Learn more about APNIC 35 at: | > | > http://conference.apnic.net/35 | > | > We look forward to seeing you in Singapore | > | > APNIC Policy SIG Chairs | > | > Andy, Skeeve, and Masato | > | > * | > * | > *Skeeve Stevens, CEO - *eintellego Pty Ltd | > email@example.com ; www.eintellego.net | > | > Phone: 1300 753 383; Cell +61 (0)414 753 383 ; skype://skeeve | > | > facebook.com/eintellego ; http://twitter.com/networkceoau | > linkedin.com/in/skeeve | > | > twitter.com/networkceoau ; blog: www.network-ceo.net | > | > The Experts Who The Experts Call | > Juniper - Cisco – IBM - Brocade - Cloud | > ----- | > Check out our Juniper promotion website! eintellego.mx | > Free Apple products during this promotion!!! | > | > * sig-policy: APNIC SIG on resource management policy | > * | > _______________________________________________ | > sig-policy mailing list | > firstname.lastname@example.org | > http://mailman.apnic.net/mailman/listinfo/sig-policy | > | > | | | -- | Regards, | | Dean