[anti-abuse-wg] 2011-06 Review Phase Extension
Brian Nisbet brian.nisbet at heanet.ie
Tue Jul 31 14:04:02 CEST 2012
Peter, Obviously Tobias has addressed a number of points, but I wanted to just touch on one particular thing: Peter Koch wrote the following on 28/07/2012 18:39: > On Mon, Jul 16, 2012 at 10:02:29AM +0100, Brian Nisbet wrote: > >> would ask if members could raise any points that they are still >> uncertain about and state as clearly as possible, their current opinion >> on the proposal. > > I have read version 3.0 of 2011-06 and the NCC's impact analysis. > > While I agree with some of the goals of 2011-06, I object to the > proposal in its current form. In fact, I think it is not even ready > for the Review Phase, even though I understand that was the way to > invoke the NCC impact analysis. Here's already one reason to object: the > proposal itself is hardly comprehensible without said impact analysis > but since the latter is not part of the proposal it can only be > considered transient. Without even remotely suggesting the NCC was driving > policy here, I must say with both hesitance and regret that I am not > comfortable with the role the NCC has been dragged into w.r.t 2011-06. Could you be a little more clear with regards to this discomfort? The NCC, in all the conversations we've had with them, have been very happy to assist the community in this regard and while it is acknowledged that there will be work to do, they have given us the message that it is work they will do should the policy be approved. I suppose I'm uncertain of how else we could proceed? As with any policy I want to make sure that there is no doubt the PDP was followed correctly, and while obviously there are other checks & balances, part of this is ensuring that this WG feels things have been undertaken in the correct way. Thanks, Brian.