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APNIC Open Policy Meeting

Birds of a Feathers

Birds of a Feather (BOF) sessions are an opportunity for members of the Internet community with a shared interest to meet informally and exchange ideas. The following APNIC BOFs are scheduled for APRICOT2001:

Date
Time
Topic
Presenter
Papers

Tue 27, February

18:30 - 20:00

Certification Authority (CA)
This BOF will continue the discussions commenced at the 10th APNIC Open Policy Meeting in October 2000. Discussion will focus on APNIC's use of encryption, keys, digital signatures, and certificates for secure access to APNIC services via email and the web. APNIC will also provide an update of the status of the Certification Authority, which was launched in October 2000.

Paul Gampe

 About the APNIC Certification Authority

 CA Scoping Project Report (pdf)

Thu 1, March

18:30 - 20:00

Membership Agreement
This BOF will update the status of the draft for a new APNIC Membership Agreement. APNIC will summarise the process followed to prepare the current draft and the comments received from members to date. This BOF will seek input and advice to produce an agreement that best represents the interests of the APNIC membership.

Gerard Ross

 Presentation
Draft Membership Agreement Update (powerpoint)

 Standard APNIC Membership Agreement  ( also in MSWord)

 Document Review Policies and Procedures  (also in MSWord)

 APNIC Definition Document  (also in MSWord)





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