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Funding - what about the second year?

> I think we can all agree UUNet, MCI, and Sprint will likely become
> members.  But how about BBN?  They've got (or had) more address space
> than APNIC and RIPE.  How about PSI?  Similar situation.  I think they
> will, but I don't think they actually need to.

>From http://www.arin.net/arin_board.html

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Proposed Board Of Trustees 

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     John Curran -- Chief Technical Officer, BBN Planet 
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John is openly advocating ARIN.  That should answer your question
regarding BBN.

Another proposed BOT member is Randy Bush of WNA, whose backbone
will participate.

Though much smaller of a backbone provider than the ones you
mentioned, GoodNet will become a member of ARIN and will most likely
use ARIN's services (they are seperate actions).

Darin
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Darin Wayrynen, VP of Technology, (602) 303-9500 ext 3234, darin at good.net