[ppml] Proposed Policy: Capturing Originations in Templates

Owen DeLong owen at delong.com
Fri Feb 17 07:28:40 EST 2006


[snip]

> Have you had less difficulties with first time you submitted SWIP to
> ARIN or Internic?
> 
Yes... As I've stated before, I've never had a SWIP rejected.

> But your point about need for simple tool/template for just entering
> ASNs that will announce the block is understood and is valid. I suppose
> it can be one of the task for ARIN to create web tools to help in use
> of its RR database for newcomers - ARIN definitely has extra money for
> such development work. And obviously ARIN can also help in marketing
> and advertise its RR to all those who got new ASN and/or new direct
> allocation or assignment. I'm not sure any of this can be a policy
> issue but hopefully ARIN staff is listening and taking notes.
> 
Exactly.  And, my point was that rather than adopting this policy, effort
would be better spent if it were focused in these areas.  I'm glad we've
come to agreement.

Owen


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