[acm-tf] Poster on theory of abuse contact management, was Date and time next ACM-TF meeting
Brian Nisbet brian.nisbet at heanet.ie
Wed Apr 13 10:45:02 CEST 2011
Alessandro, "Alessandro Vesely" wrote the following on 12/04/2011 08:55: > On 12/Apr/11 06:40, Jochem de Ruig wrote: >> The next meeting for the Abuse Contact Management Task Force is >> scheduled for: >> >> *2 May 10:30 - 13:00* > Not mentioned in http://ripe62.ripe.net/programme/meeting-plan >> The Dam Room 1st floor, Krasnapolsky Hotel, Amsterdam, NL* > > Will there be room to hang a poster illustrating how abuse contacts > are expected to work and play a role in the current scenario? > > If yes, I think we can quickly agree on some relevant points and > arrange them nicely in a drawing. The drawing may illustrate a flow > scheme, e.g. like http://wiki.asrg.sp.am/wiki/Abuse_Reporting > (the picture on that page can actually be used as a starting point.) > I candidate myself for producing SVG drafts to be discussed here, and > printing the final poster(s). I'm largely with Tobias here, I do not see this as part of the scope of the TF. To repeat the agreed points of the charter from the first meeting: - Should be a single logical path to document abuse POC - The current abuse POC data in the RIPE Database should be deprecated and/or migrated. - The target audience needs to be defined - Should it be mandatory? - Should include a best-practises document - Should there be a consequence attached for non-compliance? - It should be done in a way that it doesn’t fall under the “Personal Data” restrictions While BCP is mentioned there, I do not think that expands to FBLs or the flow of an abuse complaint. As Suresh says, this may be far better placed in the AA-WG, although I'm not sure how much spare time we have in the session right now. Brian.
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