Action List

Action: Action on: Description: Status:




Check46.1
Chairs-WG Revise RIPE 152 (not allowed to charge for domain names). Done
Check46.4
Chairs Summarise and propose updated description of the Policy Process. Completed
47.1
Chair Policy Development Process: Form a task force to write a policy development process proposal. Ongoing
Check47.2
NCC RIPE 152 to Historical and recommend to the RIPE NCC to make a clear statement that they do not charge for IP addresses. Done
47.3
Andreas Bäß Anycast for ccTLD: Complete discussion through Mailing List to draft formal proposal. Ongoing
47.4
Chair AfriNIC proposal for /22 minimum allocation size: Seek final consensus through the Mailing List.  
47.5
Chair Changing the 80% rule for IPv4 allocations: Start discussion through the Mailing List.  
48.1
Chair HD Ratio for IPv4: Take discussion to the mailing list  
48.2
Chair Issues seen in IPv6 Allocation requests: circulate input on the mailing list.  
48.3
NCC Issues seen in IPv6 Allocation requests: Propose re-write following mailing list discussion.  
49.1
Andy Furnel Draft formal proposal on removing the 200 customer requirements for IPv6  
49.2
Rob Blokzijl Publish draft Policy Development process  
49.3
Working Group Continue discussion on the list of the IANA-RIR IPv6 policy  
49.4
Eva Ericsson-Rabete Take discussion on Whois to the list  
49.5
Alain Bidron Make a formal proposal on use of HD ratio for IPv4
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