[ENOG discuss] Anti-Shutdown-01

Dmitry Burkov dvburk at gmail.com
Wed Apr 12 13:18:40 CEST 2017


it seems that someone can't understand that first day when RIRs will 
take any public policy action of

such type - it will be the last day of their existence.


On 4/12/17 10:45 AM, Jaap Akkerhuis wrote:
>   Volodymyr Litovka writes:
>   >
>   > your position on this topic is clear. Since government of Russia,
>   > actually, is closest to such "shutdown" scenario, you will not support
>   > sanctions for this.
>   >
>   > But this proposal is about how to deal with *attack**s*. There are,
>   > actually, three choices: ignore, be deeply concerned and penalize. Last
>   > years from real world's life shown what happen if 1st and 2nd options
>   > were chosen.
> I haven't seen any proposal in the RIPE community which asks for a
> change of the current RIPE policy. Such a proposal is probably best
> entertainined in the Cooperation working group
> It wll be interesting what the AFRINIC folks will come up. If you read
> the proposal, it seems that it wants to punish the governments which
> "shutsdown the internet" by not not giving them resources. That does
> not necessarily mean the the LIRS are been blocked.
> The proposal seems very fluffy and and the consequences of all this
> handwaving hasn't been thought through.
> I'm going to order some more popcorn :-).
> 	jaap
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