[ncc-services-wg] 2012-07 Discussion Period extended until 21 February 2013 (RIPE NCC Service to Legacy Internet Resource Holders)
Wilfried Woeber Woeber at CC.UniVie.ac.at
Tue Feb 5 16:57:29 CET 2013
Randy Bush wrote: >>>that was not the intent >> >>fwiw, i found this quite ambiguous too. It took several careful scans >>over the doc to figure out the intention. Some wordsmithing here >>would be quite beneficial. > > > sure. if you confused you and wilfried, then it's a problem for sure. > > in the infamous words of vince perriello, send code :) How about: " *Registry Services:* Services provided by the RIPE NCC in its capacity as a Regional Internet Registry, including the following traditional registry services, like ° Maintenance of data relating to Internet Resources by the NCC in their Internet Resource registry; ° Access to these data for update by or on behalf of the respective holder; ° Public availability of registration data; ° Delegation of reverse DNS to the registered DNS servers. and such additional or new services as may be identified from time to time as registry services, e.g. ° Certification of these data " Then, in Section 2.0 add to the first paragraph: " In these cases the RIPE NCC provides the full set of services to the LRH as technically or organisationally applicable. " Then in Secction 2.0 add to the second paragraph: " ....below in section 2.5, and the set of services is limited to traditional services. On a case by case bIechnically feasable and in the interest of both parties as well as the [RIPE|Internet] community. " Then in Section 2.0 add to the third paragraph: " The RIPE NCC will continue to provide the traditional services only, and only as long as this policy is in effect. " I know that the last part is redundant, as every policy can be changed in the future, but it may send the message that any LRH would be better off to Do The Right Thing[TM] *now*? Feel free to omit :-) > in the absence of contribution, i am sure someone far more diligent than > i is tracking and hacking. is sure hope so. > > randy Wilfried.