[ppml] What do we do with 2002-6?
billd at cait.wustl.edu
Fri Feb 28 13:53:24 EST 2003
Thank you for that information, Bill.... really. I too recall that this was
a popular proposal on its face, but the final call produced all of the items
I referenced as objections and questions and suggestions...and more. You
reference these as a very small number of people on the list, but where is
all the advocacy from the meeting to ovecome the objections raise?
I assume by your comments that you are not in favor of option 2 of my
email....that is, to drop the proposal, but
I cannot determine whether you are in favor of word smithing the existing
policy statements that where enclosed or have an alternative.
I suggested then, and do so again....if you or anyone has a proposal to
support one or more of the wordings that exist or suggest some alternate
wording please forward it to the list.
If you would like to propose something altogether alternative, that would be
We have had lots of discussion beginning before ARIN X and we need to move
this along or let it die. I am merely sheparding this proposal as is my
charge through the AC.
ARIN Advisory Council
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bill Woodcock [mailto:woody at pch.net]
> Sent: Friday, February 28, 2003 11:21 AM
> To: Bill Darte
> Cc: ppml at arin.net
> Subject: Re: [ppml] What do we do with 2002-6?
> > I am now bringing this very question back to the
> ppml............. what's
> > your suggestion?...... word smith the existing proposal
> and bring it back to
> > ARIN XI in Memphis (please offer suggested
> verbage)?.... drop the proposal
> > altogether?...... some other alternative that you would
> like to propose?
> I would point out that this proposal received essentially unanimous
> support in the last member meeting, and although this isn't a popular
> place to point it out, the opinions of a very small number of
> people on
> the list shouldn't outweigh the order of magnitude more people who
> approved it at the meeting.
> Again, the point of this proposal is to create uniform policy between
> RIRs, and discourage RIR-shopping.
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