APNIC 29 Meeting Report
Thank you to everyone who contributed to APNIC 29.
APNIC 29 took place at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center, in Malaysia. Staged as part of APRICOT 2010, a total of 733 on-site delegates joined us between 23 February - 05 March 2010.
APNIC 29 took place at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center, in Malaysia. Staged as part of APRICOT 2010, a total of 733 on-site delegates joined us between 23 February - 05 March 2010.The preliminary event participation statistics are:
|Total number of on-site delegates:||733|
|Registered AMM Delegates:||145|
|APNIC Member organizations represented||123|
|Remote venue participants|
|Remote online participants|
|Online remote participants*||495|
|*Web-based online participation options included a choice of video, audio and text chat. These figures are based on unique IP addresses and exclude APNIC staff and onsite participants.|
APNIC EC ElectionDuring the APNIC Member Meeting (AMM) in Kuala Lumpur on Friday, 5 March 2010, the following candidates were elected to the APNIC EC.
- Ma Yan
- Akinori Maemura
- Che-Hoo Cheng
In collaboration with the NRO, APNIC hosted a Community Consultation at APNIC 29 to give the technical community, amongst other stakeholders, an opportunity to discuss the issues and ramifications of the ITU's possible entry into the IP address management arena.
Outcomes of this Community Consultation, including video, audio, and transcripts of this interactive session, are available on the session agenda page.
Following input from the community a statement to the ITU IPv6 Working Group reached consensus and will be submitted, along with a report from the session chair and several other written submissions.
Six policy proposals were discussed.The following proposals reached consensus:
- Prop-079: Abuse contact information
- Prop-080: Removal of IPv4 prefix exchange policy
- Prop-082: Removing aggregation criteria for IPv6 initial allocations
The following proposals were returned to the mailing list for further discussion:
- Prop-078: IPv6 deployment criteria for IPv4 final /8 delegations
- Prop-081: Eligibility for assignments from the final /8
- Prop-083: Alternative criteria for subsequent IPv6 allocations
For details see the APNIC Policy proposals page
APNIC offers its deepest thanks to the sponsors of APNIC 29, whose invaluable contributions allowed APNIC to offer a meeting program of a very high standard.
Upcoming APNIC meetings
Four Seasons Hotel, Bangkok
23-27 August 2010
HKCEC, Hong Kong
21 –25 Feb, 2011
(with APRICOT 2011)