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[ppml] [sig-policy] Policy Proposal: IPv4 Transfer Policy Proposal

In the short term, I think Ray is correct that we need to move forward 
with considering these policy proposals independently at each RIR.  In 
the long term, I think Raul is correct that we need to consider more 
global approaches, either in terms of a globally coordinated policy on 
inter-RIR transfers, or on a bilateral adjustment of policies between 
two RIRs to allow transfers between them.

IOW, I think we're in violent agreement.  :-)

-Scott

Raul Echeberria wrote:
> At 10:41 a.m. 12/02/2008, Ray Plzak wrote:
>   
>> Raul,
>>
>> The policies that have been proposed in the 
>> various regions thus far are all regional only.
>>     
>
> That's clear.
>
>   
>>  None attempt to bring in the global community.
>>     
>
> That's clear.
>
>   
>> I see  nothing that precludes these policies 
>>     
> >from moving forward in their respective regions.
>   
>>  Certainly in the discussions that take place 
>> in the individual regions, global implications 
>> have been and will be continued to be 
>> discussed. The communities should not have to 
>> wait for a global strategy in order to discuss 
>> the merits of various aspects of these 
>> proposals as they will have to be discussed in any event.
>>     
>
> I don't see your point.
> Who proposed to stop´de discussion?
> I only gave my opinion and that is that global 
> problems need of global aproaches.
>
>
> Raúl
>
>
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