List of Open Action Items
Action: 15.4 Bob Day/NCC To fold in the comments of the working group on
the ripe-draft-hints-v1.txt, circulate the document to the wg list and
publish as a ripe document. It was confirmed that Bob Day was extremely
busy and that the action should be taken off him. Mike Norris volun-
teered to continue the work.
Action: 15.7 Marten Terpstra Fold in comments and republish amended
Action: 15.10 Daniel Karrenberg To propose new tags "created" and
"assigned" to the database working group for consideration.
Action: 15.17 Glenn Kowack and Tony Bates Write a top level introduction
for the user as an add-on to the GISS paper once it has been written.
Action: 15.19 Peter Lothberg To draft document on Inter-AS local informa-
Action: 15.21 Daniel Karrenberg To draft document on colouring.
Action: 16.1 Bernhard Stockman To define scope and work plan for the new
RIPE working group
Action: 16.2 Daniel Karrenberg/Duncan Rogerson To draft policy on proxy
Action: 16.3 NCC To publish a list of Internet Registries - draft list to
be circulated on the local-ir list.
Action: 16.4 NCC To add to the new RIPE NCC Activity Plan - publishing
and maintaining a list of local IRs :
Action: 16.5 Juliana Tamorri FAQ on CIDR and subnetting.
Action: 16.6 Daniel Karrenberg Why return unused IP address space and be
a good network citizen.
Action: 16.7 NCC To offer to serve as temporary registrar for top level
domains in Europe. Contact IANA.
Action: 16.8 NCC Put together a consolidated distribution of the new DB
software, including a separate syntax checker for objects.
Action: 16.9 Wilfried Woeber Start discussion on the DB mailing list on
new tools needed, e.g. template generator, syntax checker daemon at the
Action: 16.10 NCC Make the error reports form the DB syntax check pub-
Action: 16.11 NCC Implement changes to DB procedures according to the
proposal "Authorization and Notification of Changes in the RIPE-DB" by
Action: 16.12 NCC Implement changes to DB procedures for the guarded
attributes according to the agreement.
Action: 16.13 Wilfried Woeber and NCC Produce documentation about "Back-
ground, History and Object Definitions" for the new database software
before the end of 1993.
Action: 16.14 NCC Produce "Software Documentation" for the new database
Action: 16.15 NCC To approach the InterNIC to agree on the use of a sub-
range of the global NIC-Handle space for RIPE usage.
Action: 16.16 Henk Steenman and NCC (Tony Bates) Implement the dom-
prefix: object for CLNS routing, after tightening the syntax defini- tion
and semantics of the CLNS-address hexadecimal string.
Action: 16.17 Jean-Michel Jouanigot To coordinate the transition from
ripe-60 to ripe-81 format for routing description.
Action: 16.18 NCC Try to actually get the synchronisation of the various
databases going, using the recently agreed DB Exchange Format.
Action: 16.19 NCC Start discussion on the mailing list by providing a
first proposal how the functionality of the badly defined connect: attri-
bute could be replaced (with the target group of the end-user in mind!)
by using e.g. community: and other forthcoming tools from the PRIDE pro-
Action: 16.20 Milan Sterba Produce a revised version of CDS guidelines
and submit it as a RIPE draft.
Action: 16.21 Milan Sterba, Anne Lord Produce the umbrella hypertext
document for the CDS.
Action: 16.22 Milan Sterba Solicit first contributions to the CDS.
Action: 16.23 NCC Create the cds-editor _at_ ripe _dot_ net alias and establish pro-
cedures to integrate new CDS contributions and maps to the CDS.
Action: 16.23 Jean-Michel Jouanigot coordinate this conversion from
ripe-60 -> ripe-81.
Action: 16.24 Rob Blokzijl To finalise the RIPE NCC Review draft report
and document and send the report to the ripe-list for approval.
Action: 16.25 Rob Blokzijl Comments received will be incorporated into a
first draft and circulated to the ripe-list for further comments. Dead-
line: next RIPE meeting in January 1994.
Action: 16.26 Rob Blokzijl Draft document with suggestions on how to
reorganise RIPE meetings. Circulate to the RIPE list for discussion.