[ppml] Policy Proposal 2007-13: Removal of ISP Immediate Need from End-User

Owen DeLong owen at delong.com
Wed Aug 22 11:30:40 EDT 2007

The proposal has no such effect.  By deleting section 4.3.4, it does  
not prevent
section 4.4 from being applied to end-users.  Nothing in section 4.4  
limits its
application to ISPs.

The verbiage in section is irrational in the case of  
immediate need
and redundant as to the rest.  As such, I believe the policy  
exactly what it intends.


On Aug 22, 2007, at 8:10 AM, Dean Anderson wrote:

> This also removes micro allocations from end users, which doesn't seem
> to be the intent.
> I agree that we should delete the phrase "immediate need [] or"
> from section 4.3.4 so that it reads
> "End-users may qualify for address space under other policies such as
> Micro-allocation[4.4]"
> 		--Dean
> On Tue, 21 Aug 2007, Owen DeLong wrote:
>> Not to distract from the various debates over the legal status of  
>> legacy
>> holders, but, I'd like to know if there is any opposition for
>> 2007-13, and,
>> if so, what is it so that we can consider any needed changes prior to
>> the
>> meeting.
>> My expectation is that this policy will require little discussion  
>> and be
>> relatively non-controversial, as, it is almost entirely a language
>> clean-up
>> to what essentially amounts to contextual errors in the original  
>> policy.
>> If anyone feels differently, please do say something so that the  
>> authors
>> can work on resolving any issues prior to the deadline.
>> Thanks,
>> Owen
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