[Bp_ipv6] Welcome to IPv6 Best Practices Forum and the Next Steps

Seun Ojedeji seun.ojedeji at gmail.com
Thu Apr 30 04:20:53 EDT 2015

Hi Izumi,

Thanks for the welcome. It's good to be here and I look forward to an
interesting discussion. Item 4 and 7 seem to have some similarities and I
suggest they be merged. As to number of weeks, we have 20weeks from May -
September (i suggest using Oct as review month). I think we can comfortably
allocate 2 weeks each with the flexibility of spilling into 2.5/3 weeks as
required; depending on the level of discussion.


sent from Google nexus 4
kindly excuse brevity and typos.
On 30 Apr 2015 08:45, "Izumi Okutani" <izumi at nic.ad.jp> wrote:

> Dear Colleagues,
> Many thanks for your interest, and for joining the IPv6 Best Practice
> Forum email list.
> As a group, our goal is to exchange information and share best practices
> on activities and measures for an environment which accommodates IPv6
> adoption through moderated discussion. Our discussion will continue online
> up until the IGF2015 in November, where it will result in the publication
> of a document on IPv6 best practices, to be shared with the global
> community. The goal of this group is not only to learn from one another,
> but also to share real stories and advice that will help many different
> communities to adopt IPv6.
> To start off, we would like to do two things:
>  -  Form a basic conversation on Plan for Discussion Steps leading up to
> the IGF2015, and
>  -  Define Scope and Goals for the group, so we have a shared
> understanding around the scope of discussion and our goals
> In this email we solicit your feedback on Plan for Discussion Steps. We
> will shortly send a second email relating to the Scope and Goals.
> We look forward to hearing your feedback on both e-mails by Wed May 6th.
> Plan for Discussion Steps
> As a starting point of discussions, below is a plan for discussion steps
> based upon the Internet Society’s suggested template for the Best Practice
> Forum outcome document:
> 1.   Definition of the issue;
> 2.   Regional specificities observed (e.g. Internet industry development);
> 3.   Existing policy measures and private sector initiatives, impediments;
> 4.   What worked well, identifying common effective practices;
> 5.   Unintended consequences of policy interventions, good and bad;
> 6.   Unresolved issues where further multistakeholder cooperation is
> needed;
> 7.   Insights gained as a result of the experience;
> 8.   Proposed steps for further multistakeholder dialogue
> We would like to address these items in order - spending a few weeks on
> each item (less or more, as necessary).
> Please note that the above eight points are not set in stone. We can adapt
> them if need be, to better suit our specific discussion, and welcome you
> feedback on what is more suitable for IPv6 Best Practices.
> Questions:
> What items, if any, would you add or subtract from the lists above?
> How many weeks of discussion would you allot to each item (understanding
> that we should save at least 2 weeks prior to the IGF (November 10th-13th)
> to review our work)?
> Thank you,
> Susan Chalmers and Izumi Okutani
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