[ppml] Proposed Policy: Capturing Originations in Templates

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


> 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.


If it wasn't crypto-signed, it probably didn't come from me.
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