[discuss] Report from the BR meeting local organizing group - Dec 2013

Nii Narku Quaynor quaynor at ghana.com
Thu Dec 26 08:08:32 UTC 2013

On Dec 26, 2013, at 0:35, Brian E Carpenter <brian.e.carpenter at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 26/12/2013 11:27, Jorge Amodio wrote:
>>> The meetings I mentioned were an illustration of a meme, and no less valid for having finished in 2012. I'm sure someone can dig out a copy of the final report for you, if you need it.
>> Is not a meme, the IPv6 address allocation has been a constant concern and claim by the ITU for almost 10 years previous to WGIG, and one of the classic examples where the ITU resorts to the argument of "we care about developing countries" to make a point.
> Although what the point is, I have never understood, even when Zhao Houlin explained
> it to me at some length in 2005. Since everyone who needs an IPv6 address can get
> one (or several thousand, in most cases) the problem is indeed hard to explain ;-)

I wonder if government network operators or ISPs in developing countries have raised issues requiring care to RIRs ?

I am from a developing country with enough IPv6 allocations and not aware;-)


>    Brian

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