Action: 15.10 Daniel Karrenberg
To propose new tags "created" and "assigned" to the database working
group for consideration - pending.
Action: 16.6 Daniel Karrenberg
Why return unused IP address space and be a good network citizen.
Daniel to find volunteer to continue the work.
Action: 16.18 NCC
Try to actually get the synchronisation of the various database
going, using the recently agreed DB Exchange Format.
Action is dependant on the NIC handle - pending.
Action:17.1 Glenn Kowack
Volunteered to write a paper for discussion which would focus on
a future funding model for the RIPE NCC.
Action:17.7 Wilfried Woeber, NCC
To produce the necessary documentation for the new DB software.
Action: 17.8 NCC
To update and re-circulate the RIPE-Handle proposal and then go
ahead with the implementation.
Action: 17.11 NCC
Investigate and propose a syntax-checking facility for the new
Action: 17.15 NCC
Propose and implement a mechanism to properly keep track of
individual updates of objects and automatic merge/ modification
Action:17.17 Bernhard Stockman
Draft a new version of the EEPG Terms of Reference and distribute
this on the mailing list ASAP.
Action:17.18 Bernhard Stockman
Draft a new version of the EEPG Workplan and distribute this on
the EEPG mailing list ASAP.
Action: 17.20 Oleg Tabarovsky
To collect data on external lines and restrictions applying to
each line that will form part of the Russian backbone. Send details
to <oleg _at_ ussr.eu _dot_ net>
Action: 17.21 Rob Blokzijl
Summarise in a paper discussions on RIPE re-org and publish before
Action:18.1 Daniel Karrenberg
Convey RIPE's concern at the disparity in criteria with respect to
IP network number applications to the InterNIC.
Draft new standard European Internet Network Number Application
Form (formerly ripe-107) in light of recommendations from the
Investigate monthly publication of error files on reverse zone files,
similar to the host count error files.
Action:18.4 Mike Norris
Initiate discussion w.r.t the funding and charging for the service
of a Local IR on the Local-IR discussion list and aim to summarise
the discussions by way of a draft recommendation.
Action: 18.5 Wilfried Woeber
Post the CEEnet Initiative maps to the RIPE FTP server.
Action: 18.6 NCC
Set-up a mailing list for the connectivity WG.
Action: 18.7 Elise Gerich
To supply a list of keywords allowed that can be used when
querying the database.
Action: 18.8 NCC
Fold in comments from routing-wg to the ripe-81++ draft, send to
RIPE list and release final version - June 28th.
Action: 18.9 Cristina Vistoli, Ewald Jenisch, Michael Ernst (Hans Frese)
To convert from ripe-60 to ripe-81 before July 1st, 1994.
Action:18.10 Francis Dupont
Circulate a proposed new domain object with the list of attributes
necessary, marking others optional, maybe obsolete them in the future.
Update to RIPE-049.
Action: 18.11 NCC
Put A. Romao's paper "Taking Care of your Domain" into the RIPE
document store as a RIPE document.
Action: 18.12 Erik-Jan Bos
Set up Workplan, Terms of Reference and Euro-FAQ, to be send to the
mailing list. Tony Bates said he could help EJB on the FAQ.
Action:18.13 Erik-Jan Bos
Send to the mailing list where to find the worldwide PS file (done
through these minutes).
Action: 18.14 All members of the Mbone WG
See if there is a local Mbone mailing list in your country, if not,
create one and add this list to the European list, so that European
information is passed on.
Action: 18.15 Erik-Jan Bos
Start up a central European Mbone FTP server.
Action: 18.16 Everyone in the Mbone WG
Send in your Mbone maps to Erik-Jan Bos.
Action: 18.17 RIPE Chairs
Promote a more aggressive "outreach" programme io introduce and
encourage new service providers to join RIPE.
Action: 18.18 RIPE Chairs
Continue the RIPE restructuring discussions on the <new-ripe _at_ ripe _dot_ net>
mailing list focusing on restructuring the technical work of RIPE.
Action:18.19 RIPE Chairs
Develop a draft model for "new-RIPE" by the next RIPE meeting in
September, with the final report ready by January meeting in 1995.