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Re: [ripe-pdp] Current policy process

> > - in the Arin process the board of trustees has an active part in
> > reviewing the policy and adopts or rejects the policy.
> as it does in apnic, lacnic, ...  at least in my culture, policy is
> the only thing a board really is supposed to do.  anything else is
> micro-management.  they're the ones who face the court or whatever.

Interesting point - I think in the past we have tried to archive
separation between setting the policies in RIPE and executing the policies
by the RIPE NCC.

Other opinions ?


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