ARIN - Canada and Mexico
On Friday, February 28, 1997 11:23 AM, John LeRoy Crain[SMTP:John.Crain at ripe.net] wrote:
@ Jim Fleming <JimFleming at unety.net> writes:
@ * Several people have asked about Canada and Mexico.
@ * >From what I can tell, Canada is not represented on the
@ * proposed ARIN Board of Trustees. Is there a reason ?
@ * Also, Canada and Mexico are each countries with their
@ * own internal structure. How they choose to organize
@ * the management of Internet resources in their country
@ * is probably best left up to them.
@ * I would think that each country would be capable of
@ * having the proper officials from their country contact
@ * the proper officials in the U.S. to discuss their
@ * allocations of Internet resources. This holds for all
@ * countries in the world.
@ Why should they need to go to the US?
@ Would it be reasonable to say that the US officials could go to
@ the correct officials in Australia for their Internet resources?
@ We could move all registration services out of the USA and put one
@ in each tax haven. Internet resources are global resources not
@ US resources. They should, IMHO, be divided according to need
@ by registries int he region that they are based. The current system
@ does this. I see much more sense in having an Afrikan or a South
@ American registry to go alongside the present registries than
@ putting 50 registries in the USA.
@ As this is only vaguely related to ARIN, this is my last word on
@ the subject.
@ John Crain
The ARIN discussion is supposed to be about ARIN...
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
As a representative of RIPE, your views are very important.
You might want to direct people to the lists that serve RIPE.
RIPE is the European Registry that earns fees for delegating
parts of the IP address space obtained from the U.S.
Is that correct ?
 John LeRoy Crain - John.Crain at ripe.net
JimFleming at unety.net
JimFleming at unety.s0.g0 (EDNS/IPv8)