[Bp_ipv6] Coming Step for IPv6 BPF

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-----Original Message-----
From: Bp_ipv6 [mailto:bp_ipv6-bounces at intgovforum.org] On Behalf Of Izumi
Okutani
Sent: 14 October 2016 18:49
To: bp_ipv6 at intgovforum.org
Subject: [Bp_ipv6] Coming Step for IPv6 BPF

Dear Colleagues,


Many thanks to those who attended call #6 on 12 October UTC0800.

Just to share the status of where we are and what the group can expect as
the next steps -

Wim and the MAG Coordinator are currently finalising the zero draft and we
plan to circulate a clean version early next week.
Wim working on Section 3 Fact and Figures, Sumon helping us collect
challenges from developing countries for Section 5,  and myself working on
Section 4 Understanding the commercial and economic incentives, which
includes case studies and its observations (general and sectoral).

  ZERO DRAFT DOCUMENT  -  WORK IN PROGRESS
 
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GTH8A5veAMMNjmxtvRmV3ruV31UCHk9a1NhW_glJ
V9I/edit#

We welcome you review the clean document which Wim will circulate next week.
Before we open the document for public comment on 31st Oct, we would
appreciate your feedback, so stay tuned for the clean document for review.
Thanks to everyone's efforts, we have a several case studies per region to
be introduced, and would like to now focus more on enriching observations
per service sector.

We'll get back to you with more details next week, and in the meantime, wish
everyone a good weekend!


Izumi

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