[ppml] RE: [arin-announce] Last Call for Comment: Policy Proposal 2002-8

Tanya Hinman thinman at clp.cw.net
Wed Nov 13 12:42:08 EST 2002

Since the Admin is the only contact that requires a "real" person, does
anyone have an issue with just allowing the privatization of the
AdminHandle? This would mean that all other handles would be viewable accept
the AdminHandle. During the ARIN meeting, I believe it was discussed that
the personal names were the issues, not the role accounts.


Tanya Hinman
Cable & Wireless
Manager, GNOC Provide
IP Address Engineering
Office: +1 919 465 4023

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-arin-announce at arin.net
[mailto:owner-arin-announce at arin.net]On Behalf Of Member Services
Sent: Monday, November 11, 2002 4:43 PM
To: arin-announce at arin.net; ppml at arin.net
Subject: [arin-announce] Last Call for Comment: Policy Proposal 2002-8

The ARIN Advisory Council voted to forward the
following policy proposal to the ARIN Board of
Trustees for consideration.

This is a last call for comments on this policy
proposal prior to the ARIN Board of Trustees review.
Comments received during this period will be included
with the proposal when it is presented to the Board
of Trustees for their consideration.

Please send your comments to ppml at arin.net. This last
call will expire at 23:59 EST on November 22, 2002.

Raymond A. Plzak
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)

*** Last Call: Policy Proposal 2002-8 ***

2002-8: Privatizing POC Information

ARIN's new database allows an organization to designate several points
of contact for their organization and resource records. Available types
of POCs are Admin, Technical, Abuse, and NOC. If an organization
designates several POCs for the management of their organization or
resource records in the ARIN database, they are made available via ARIN
WHOIS. In order for a point of contact to conduct resource
administration for a given resource record in the ARIN database, that
POC does have to be associated with the resource record in the ARIN
database, and therefore is listed in ARIN WHOIS.

It is proposed organizations be able to designate certain points of
contact as private from ARIN WHOIS, with the exception that, at the
minimum, one point of contact must be viewable.

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