[ppml] Petition Request for HD Ratio proposal

Member Services memsvcs at arin.net
Wed Mar 9 12:07:26 EST 2005

The deadline for issuing statements of support for this petition is 2400
Eastern Time, March 16, 2005.

If the petition is successful, the policy proposal will be numbered,
posted online for discussion, and presented at the upcoming Public
Policy Meeting in Orlando.

If the petition is not successful, the policy proposal will be
considered closed.


Member Services Department
American Registry for Internet Numbers

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Michael.Dillon at radianz.com wrote:
> This is a formal petition to advance the policy proposal entitled 
> "Adding an HD ratio choice for new IPv4 allocations". The full 
> text of the proposal is posted on the ARIN website at this URL: 
> http://www.arin.net/mailing_lists/ppml/3175.html
> This policy proposal incorporates changes to address the
> objections raised the last time a similar proposal was
> before the members. I believe that we should all support
> discussing and EVOLVING policy in the open forum of
> the meetings.
> According to the Internet Resource Policy Evaluation Process, 
> people who wish to document their support for the petition 
> must do the following within the next five (5) days: 
> 1) post a response to the Public Policy Mailing List 
>    stating their support for the proposal, and 
> 2) send email to petition at arin.net with full point of 
>    contact information, including their telephone number 
>    and organizational affiliation. 
> The ARIN President will verify whether people from at 
> least four different organizations support the petitioned 
> policy proposal. 
> If you have any questions about this process you may wish to refer 
> to the ARIN website at http://www.arin.net/policy/ipep.html for the 
> full text explaining the petition process. 
> --Michael Dillon

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