Hi APWG folks,

below you can find a draft for the RIPE address policy WG meeting's agenda,
which will take place in Dubai in the following time slots:

Tuesday, October 24, 09:00 - 10:30
Tuesday, October 24, 11:00 - 12:30

If you have anything else you want to see on the agenda, or if we need
to change anything, please let us know.

Depending on the amount of "not yet known" things that show up on the
agenda, we might only need one time slot.  In which case, we can all
join the Connect WG for a change :-)


After Dubai had already been chosen as the location for the upcoming RIPE 
meeting, the authorities there (DTCM) have started to enforce some rules for 
conferences and speakers. All speakers (including remote speakers) will need to 
email the following information to meet...@ripe.net before 15 September 2017):

- Full name, title
- A colour copy of their passport
- A copy of their Emirates ID (if a UAE resident)
- Profile/bio for the speaker (at least 200 characters)
- Mobile number
- Email address

This information will then be forwarded to the DTCM by the RIPE NCC.

We realise that these requirements go beyond what was expected at previous 
meetings and that they may be a cause for concern for some people - especially 
the sharing of colour copies of passports. Unfortunately there is nothing we 
can do about this - we have to comply with local laws. If you do not wish to 
comply with these requirements then you will not be allowed to present on 
stage. You will still be able to join the discussions from the floor.

[1] "Speakers" includes anyone who is presenting on stage - presenters, WG 
Chairs, and community members who are chairing or moderating sessions. This 
also includes policy proposers who are planning to present their policy. 
Attendees speaking at the microphones during the Q&A are explicitly not 
considered as speakers.


Gert Doering & Sander Steffann,
APWG chairs

Tuesday, 09:00-10:30

A. Administrative Matters                                        5 min
(welcome, thanking the scribe, approving the minutes, etc.)

C. Current Policy Topics - Marco Schmidt, NCC PDO               20 min

- global policy overview
  "what's going on?"

- common policy topics in all regions
  (end of IPv4, transfers, ...)

- overview over concluded proposals in the RIPE region
  since RIPE 74

- brief overview over new proposals
  (if any)

D. Feedback From NCC Registration Service - Andrea Cima         25 min
(+ discussion with the group)

F. Discussion of open policy proposals                          30 min

2016-04 IPv6 PI Sub-assignment Clarification
           Maximilian Wilhelm

2017-01 Publish statistics on Intra-RIR Legacy updates
        Elvis Daniel Velea

Y. Open Policy Hour                                             10 min

The Open Policy Hour is a showcase for your policy ideas.
If you have a policy proposal you'd like to debut, prior
to formally submitting it, here is your opportunity.


Tuesday, 12:00-13:30

Welcome back

F|Y|Z. If we overrun the first slot we continue here.

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