[NA-Discuss] Article on CircleID by Chris Grundermann (ISOC CO ALS)

Eric Brunner-Williams ebw at abenaki.wabanaki.net
Mon May 27 21:08:35 UTC 2013

On 5/27/13 1:09 PM, Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond wrote:
> Hence the need to follow the Strategy to continue to engage the ASO as
> the ALAC has recently

While useful in its own right, if only because, unique among the SO/AC
entities which advise the Board, or hold delegated unique endpoint
identifier coordination responsibilities, the ASO and ALAC have
regional constituent structure, and nominally, develop policy from
these regional constituent elements, forming the respective ASO and
ALAC positions of record to the Board from these regionally developed
policy recommendations, engagement with the ASO is not the same as
advising the Board, and advice to the Board is the purpose stated in
the ICANN bylaws of 15 December 2002 ("New Bylaws"), creating an At
Large Committee.

Thank you for the summary of ExCom/Executive meeting in Beijing, and
your personal thoughts on the regional vs jurisdictional allocation of
IPv6 blocks.

My own thoughts on the subject were conveyed by mail to the convener
of the U.S. Delegation to the ITU Meeting on IPv6, in March of 2010,
in response to a notice to the Internet Technical Advisory Committee


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