[ppml] IPv6>>32

David Conrad david.conrad at nominum.com
Tue May 10 21:18:15 EDT 2005

Forgive me.  A vain attempt at being ironic.  I left off the smiley.

I, of course, do not consider RIR polices to be unfair or draconian.   
In fact, I feel the current mechanisms by which policies are defined  
are better than they have ever been.

Also, to be clear, I am not speaking as a board member on this list.

Hope that clears up any possible confusion.

Not speaking for anyone but myself.

On May 10, 2005, at 6:12 PM, Randy Bush wrote:

>> I doubt IPv4 will ever run out.  As the unallocated pool of IPv4
>> becomes smaller and, as a result, RIRs policies and procedures become
>> even more unfair and draconian
> perhaps, as a board member of an rir, you could explain why you
> conscience unfair and draconian policies?
> randy

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