Hi Sumon, Satoru-San, all,
Let me also provide my point of view on this:
Besides those specific proposals, I think this discussion is very important and interesting to have.
Dear Satoru-San and all,
Thank you very much for sharing your feedbacks and raising your concerns.
I do agree that the concern is valid and it may repeat similar discussions and we will be discussing similar issues.
From SIG Chair Point of view, we have abandoned the earlier proposals as it didn't reached consensus in three consecutive meetings and there were merely any support for the proposal.
You are correct that if a proposal is abandoned then there will be no further discussions about the proposals.
But if proposer feels that it is important for community and needed to be discussed again and comes with a new proposal, as Policy Chair, it is our duty to accommodate that as long as it falls under PDP guidelines.
And lastly it does not happen very often. So let us see how APNIC Community think about the proposal in next three days.
Sumon Ahmed Sabir
Chair, Policy SIG
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