[apops] Yesterday's Routing SIG meeting
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- Subject: [apops] Yesterday's Routing SIG meeting
- From: Philip Smith <pfs at cisco dot com>
- Date: Thu, 27 Feb 2003 13:48:10 +1000
- Cc: Randy Bush <randy at iij dot com>
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Yesterday's Routing SIG meeting was saw presentations from Bill Woodcock about the INOC-DBA project, Randy Bush about research work on Route Flaps, Geoff Huston on the Free Space Route Server, Sanjaya on the APNIC Routing Registry, and from me, closing the meeting with an RPSLng status report and Internet Routing Table update.
I would like to thank all the speakers for presenting at the SIG. All the presentations will be found on the APNIC website at http://www.apnic.net/meetings/15/sigs/routing/index.html.
We also discussed the Routing SIG Charter. The charter we agreed to after some discussion at the meeting is the following:
"The Routing SIG examines important issues of Internet routing and policy in the AsiaPacific region and globally. These issues would include Internet routing table growth, de-aggregation of provider blocks, routing stability and flap damping, routing security, and the Internet
Please send your comments either directly to me, or the list, on whether you consider this an appropriate charter, or otherwise. If there are no comments by the 14th of March, I'll assume that the above charter is appropriate for this SIG and recommend it to APNIC.
Finally, following on from the call I issued on the 26th of November 2002, we discussed the appointment of a co-chair for this SIG. There was one volunteer present at the meeting, Randy Bush of IIJ. I proposed that Randy become the co-chair for the Routing SIG, to which the meeting agreed. If there are any comments about this proposed appointment, or any other volunteers for the position of co-chair, please let me know before the 14th of March. As a reminder, the responsibilities of a SIG chair are documented at http://www.apnic.net/meetings/archive/sigs/sig-chair-guide.pdf.
Thank you again to all the participants at the Routing SIG, hope to see you at the next APNIC meeting.
Routing SIG Chair