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21th APNIC Open Policy Meeting SIG: DB. Friday, 3 March 2006 Perth, Australia Chair: Xing Li. Review of previous open action items. none. Presentations. Status on proposal for the whois database query Xing Li (CERNET) Proposal prop-019-v001 status

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21th apnic open policy meeting sig db

21th APNIC Open Policy MeetingSIG: DB

Friday, 3 March 2006

Perth, AustraliaChair: Xing Li



Presentations
Presentations

  • Status on proposal for the whois database query

    • Xing Li (CERNET)

    • Proposal prop-019-v001 status

  • What I Want for Eid ul-Fitr: An Operational ISP and RIR PKI

    • Randy Bush (IIJ)

    • An alternative view of the resource certification model

  • Whois data privacy issues in Japan

    • Izumi Okutani (JPNIC)

    • An overview of the effects of privacy laws in Japan on whois registration

  • RIPE's IRIS (CRISP) prototype and features update

    • Leo Vegoda (RIPE NCC)

    • Outlined recent changes to RIPE whois database


Action item
Action Item

  • Action db-21-001:

    • SIG Chair to post an item to the Database mailing list giving the status of proposal prop-019-v001 and asking for community input on whether to close the proposal or continue with it.


Observations
Observations

  • There are no policy proposals in the previous two meetings

  • The mailing-list is quiet

  • There are new ideas


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