prop-087: IPv6 address allocation for deployment purposes

Proposal text prop-087-v001
Synopsis This is a proposal to add alternative criteria for receiving a larger than /32 initial IPv6 allocation during the initial IPv6 deployment phase (from now until 2013). Under this proposal, a network can justify more than a /32 if the network is using deployment protocol described in a RFC.
Current status Abandoned
Author Tomohiro Fujisaki
Relevant forum Policy SIG
Previous versions NA
Status at other RIRs

ARIN has two related draft policies under discussion, 2010-9: IPv6 for 6rd, and 2010-12: IPv6 Subsequent Allocation.

RIPE has discussed the possibility of a proposal for a policy for 6rd,
but no formal proposal has been made to date.

There has been no similar discussion in AfriNIC or LACNIC.

Proposal history
26 July 2010 Submitted to the Policy SIG mailing list for discussion.
26 August 2010 Presented at APNIC 30 Policy SIG. Did not reach consensus.
31 August 2010 Returned to the Policy SIG for further discussion.
2 August 2011 Withdrawn by the author.