Wednesday, 14 May 09:00-10:30
A. Administrative Matters
- Thanking the scribe
- Approving the minutes from RIPE 67
B. Current Policy Topics
Marco Schmidt, RIPE NCC Policy Development Office
- Global policy overview – “What’s going on?”
- Common policy topics in all regions (end of IPv4, transfers, …)
- Overview of concluded proposals in the RIPE region since RIPE 67
- 2013-03 Post-Depletion Reality Adjustment and Cleanup (consensus, policy)
- 2013-05 No Restrictions on End User Assignments in Intra-RIR Transfers (consensus, policy)
- 2013-06 PA/PI Unification IPv6 Address Space (withdrawn)
- Brief overview of new proposals (if any)
E. On Personal Identity
- For internet resources registered to natural persons, what level of identity verification does the community require from the RIPE NCC?
This session will (hopefully) feature plenty of input from the Anti-Abuse Working Group regarding the level of verification they feel is necessary. Results will be presented to the RIPE NCC Services Working Group, as this is important for the “due diligence” considerations of the RIPE NCC.
D. Feedback From RIPE NCC Registration Services
Andrea Cima, RIPE NCC Registration Services
Including group discussion. This may be moved to the second Address Policy Working Group session if time runs out.
Wednesday, 14 May 11:00-12:30
G. On SHOULDs and MUSTs – RFC 2119 language in RIPE Documents
Findings by Marco Schmidt and Jan Zorz
- Follow up to RIPE 67
F. Discussion of open policy proposals
- 2012-02 Policy for Inter-RIR transfers of IPv4 Address Space (which will hopefully have been restarted)
- 2014-01 Abandoning the Minimum Allocation Size for IPv4
- 2014-02 Allow IPv4 PI transfer
Y. Open Policy Hour
The Open Policy Hour (OPH) is a showcase for your policy ideas. If you have a policy proposal you’d like to debut, prior to formally submitting it, here is your opportunity.