On Wednesday, February 26, 1997 11:29 AM, James A. Sumrall[SMTP:jims at cyberpark.com] wrote:
@ I believe in creating a registry for each state. However, I don't agree with the
@ process mentioned below of letting the Senator's and Governor's decide who will
@ handle the tasks. The less the government is involved the better. Exactly
@ how the
@ companies are decided, well that could be opened for discussion. The idea of
@ political figures decide leads me to believe special interest would soon
@ take control of
@ a number states, which in turn could harm the entire process. That is just
@ my opinion.
Thanks for your comment..
Would you agree if the NSF gave the money to three
colleges or universities ?
Each would handle a different aspect of the InterNIC "task"...
IS - Information Services
DS - Data Base Services
RS - Registration Services
If not universities, how about letting companies send
proposals to the NSF ? A lottery could be used. A company
could propose to handle only one of the above.
By having three companies, this helps ensure stability
and prevents a disaster in case a company fails.
These comments can be related to ARIN because there
does not seem to be much concern about failing. What
would happen to ARIN's customers ?
JimFleming at unety.net
JimFleming at unety.s0.g0 (EDNS/IPv8)