A proposal for ….. Proposer name APNIC 37 Open Policy Meeting PETALING JAYA, MALAYSIA 18-28 February 2014
Problem statement • A problem statement is the only requirement to submit your proposal. It should be a simple explanation of the problem as you see it.
Objective of policy change • In simple terms, what will the policy look like when the stated problem is resolved?
Situation in other regions • Do other Regional Internet Registries have similar policies, or policy proposals? Have you, or do you plan to submit this proposal in other regions? • AFRINIC • ARIN • LACNIC • RIPE NCC
Proposed policy solution • What specific changes are required to the current policies to resolve the problem?
Advantages / Disadvantages • Advantages • List item • List item • Disadvantages • List item • List item
Impact on APNIC • Briefly explain how this may affect resource holders in the APNIC region. For example, would they need to update their internal IT systems to meet the requirements of the policy.
Summary • Summarise previous slides • Try to summarise main gain from adopting proposed policy • Include reference to relevant translated materials on the web site, if applicable