REANNZ recently launched a new request for comment process to enable KAREN members to have a greater say in the evolution of KAREN. Members are welcome to join tomorrow’s video conference to discuss community feedback.
Why the KARENRFC process?
Our members’ confidence and usage of KAREN is changing and growing. This may impact KAREN in its functionality, scalability and reach. KAREN users are busy people, but member contribution to what KAREN is and might become is crucial. To ensure KAREN evolves in a way that accounts for the needs of our members, we are proposing a KAREN Request for Comment process.
About the KAREN Request for Comment process
REANNZ is proposing a KAREN Request for Comment process (RFC), modelled on the principles of the Internet Engineering Task Force RFC process and procedures. This process provides the KAREN community a structured method to constructively contribute to the evolution of KAREN policy and codes of practice.
For further information, see the KARENRFC page on the KAREN wiki )
The first KARENRFC for your comment
The first KARENRFC (KARENRFC S-0001-00) has been submitted for your comment. This submission from REANNZ seeks comment on the proposed KARENRFC procedure.
KARENRFC S-0001-00: Abstract
The provision of this KAREN request for comment (KARENRFC) document by REANNZ provides KAREN members a method to develop standards, design and policy. Ultimately members who use the KARENRFC process have the ability to contribute to the evolution of KAREN policy and codes of practice. This document describes the KARENRFC document and procedure leading to publication and adoption by the community.
Visit the KARENRFC page on the KAREN wiki ) to download the full document and make your comments. The VC details are also on this page.