I still like to have mentoined that "Phase one: Implementing the policy"
will include a new whois switch beeing introduced, that
will return the abuse-c's abuse-mailbox attribute for a given
IPv4/IPv6 addresses straight away and fall back to a result
from the abuse finder tool, if there is no abuse-c for this
address yet. The access to this whois query needs to be
If the community thinks, that this should happen later,
Im also ok with it.
So: simply a +1 from me.
Kind regards, Frank
> Two weeks ago Emilio published the revised version of 2011-06 and the
> RIPE NCC Impact Analysis. I was hoping that this would answer some of
> the questions that were raised in the discussion phase and prompt
> further discussion of the proposal, but this hasn't happened.
> Could I ask the WG to take a look at the links:
> https://www.ripe.net/ripe/policies/proposals/2011-06 >
> and the draft document at:
> https://www.ripe.net/ripe/policies/proposals/2011-06/draft >
> and see if there are remaining questions or things you would like to
> discuss so we can gauge reaction to 2011-06?
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