[Bp_ipv6] Help needed: Task Force interview questions

Susan Chalmers susan at chalmers.associates
Mon Aug 24 12:33:00 EDT 2015

Hi Marco,

I had the same concern about the semi-public document myself. In the least,
we're listing names but not emails.

Really what we are after is information that is already public - already
part of the record. It's just a matter of having assistance in finding it.
For example, subsidies or tax breaks for IPv6 compliant products or
services, procurement policies, or regulation.

I will of course set myself to Googling but I thought that a survey would
help with information gathering.

Any other ideas to help retrieve this information, or just relevant
sites/links, are most welcomed.


Susan Chalmers
susan at chalmers.associates


On Mon, Aug 24, 2015 at 4:25 PM, Marco Hogewoning <marcoh at ripe.net> wrote:

> >
> > I also propose that we issue a survey on government measures supporting
> IPv6 adoption - but I reckon that this would be directed towards other, new
> people. If people can assist with contacts in government, that would be
> most gracious. Should we follow the same procedure with the TF outreach?
> That is, list of contacts and google doc with questions? I can set this up
> easily.
> I would advise strongly against yet another survey, especially towards
> governments.
> To the point Nathalie raised of overdoing it, we also are reaching a
> significant overlap where governments or regulators are directly involved
> in task forces.
> I also don't think many of my governments would appreciate me sharing any
> (contact) details in a semi-public document.
> Further as mentioned, I received various signals that governments are
> hesitant to go "on record" on these or other topics. This is mostly just
> due to potential side effects on domestic politics and risk to other
> processes.
> While such concerns might not apply to IGF, I think we should cater for
> such feelings and tread carefully on this.
> If we can come up with one or two specific questions about government
> actions, I suggest we ask our NRO colleagues to contact friendly government
> channels in their respective service region and collected any responses.
> This should also probably give us some feedback on the willingness to
> publicly participate in the discussion and support the outcomes where
> necessary.
> Regards,
> MarcoH
> (From the airport)
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