But I will grant you, Heather, that Ted's speculation that part of the /9 might be "free legacy space" seems way off base, given that they got it from ARIN.
> -----Original Message-----
> I don't understand these attempt to discourage discussion. Since policy
> guides allocations and we can only assess policy through its impact on
> allocations why would anyone say that the implications of specific
> large-scale allocations cannot be discussed?
> If you think specific comments are conjectural, wrong or FUD make your
> case. But don't try to exempt ARIN from an open discussion of what it
> > -----Original Message-----
> > PPML is for discussion of policy proposals, not for conjecture or fud
> > about allocations ARIN has made.
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