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Re: [ripe-pdp] Current policy process

> have you looked at arin or recent apnic process documents?
> i suggest we model after them.

yes, I have studied them and find two points for discussion:

- RIPE does not have an advisory council.
-- Should we make a new such - or should we re-use a subset of the working
group chairs (sort of like the IETF IESG style)

- in the Arin process the board of trustees has an active part in
reviewing the policy and adopts or rejects the policy.

-- do we want this in the RIPE community too or do we - want the board to
have a more remote role ? (Such as returing to the policy process if
process is not followed)

Hans Petter

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