[arin-ppml] Abandonment of 103/104
Owen DeLong wrote:
> As one of the members of the AC who voted to abandon these proposals, I will
> state that my reasoning was as follows:
> 1. Basing address policy solely on the amount of money you are willing
> to spend for addresses is completely contrary to my understanding of
> the good of the community.
> 2. Crafting internet addressing policy with the clear intent of making it easy
> for larger networks to treat smaller networks or networks with smaller
> budgets as second-class citizens by easily relegating them into a
> filtration category based solely on assignment size is contrary to my
> understanding of the good of the community.
While I agree with your disagreement on class separation by how much
money you have, I do believe that IPv6 lends itself to classful-ness and
trying to apply IPv4 style justification to IPv6 is inherently broken.