why I ask ... Re: [ppml] tying back to 2005-1
lea.roberts at stanford.edu
Fri May 20 16:11:24 EDT 2005
On Fri, 20 May 2005, Edward Lewis wrote:
> >These were considered operational/implementation details that shouldn't
> >be spelled out in the policy itself... again the assumption was that
> >whatever criteria an LIR should use would be applied.
> My reason for asking is to be better prepared to express opinions on
> the policy and to "vote" "the right way" the next time the policy is
> brought up. (Leaving details to "assumptions" doesn't help draw
> wider interest in the policy development process.)
> I'm not asking that the questions and their answers be put into the
> policy text.
They are certainly reasonable questions and should be discussed here.
Now that the IPv6>>32 flames are turning to coals, we can always start
back on 2005-1... I'm sure that will bring out some equally spirited and
strongly held views! :-) have a great week-end, all!! /Lea
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