[ppml] Policy Proposal Name: IPv6 Assignment Size Reduction
cort at kanren.net
Wed Nov 14 13:33:41 EST 2007
Yes, then I to accuse an entire body -- such as the ARIN membership of
this. Myself included. Probably worse for me. I know better, but use
the excuse that I don't have the time to donate to help educate the
world and be active enough to try and be part of swaying such
proposals before they happen rather than just bad-mouthing them after
they've been produced by hard-working folks who do take the time to
put them together. I spend time on the PPML armchair quarterbacking
rather than on the IPv6 Wiki contributing information.
Michael, I take your comments to heart. To the Wiki with me.
On Nov 14, 2007, at 12:25 PM, <michael.dillon at bt.com> wrote:
>> I agree completely with Yurie. This proposal only proves that
>> the policy-makers at ARIN are incapable of thinking in the
>> IPv6 paradigm, and continue to think that IPv6 is IPv4 with
>> larger address space.
> I also agree with Yurie, however I disagree with you.
> How would you feel if people went around saying that Cort Buffington
> incapable of thinking in the IPv6 paradigm and continues to think that
> IPv6 is IPv4 with larger address space? Because that is precisely what
> you *ARE* saying about Cort Buffington.
> And you can trust me on this because I read it on the ARIN PPML and
> is a pretty authoritative source of information.
> In case you don't quite get this variation on the pot calling the
> black, you, Cort Buffington are one of the ARIN policy-makers so any
> slur that you cast on this group is a slur on yourself.
> I'd also like to note that this is a proposal submitted by one
> individual and does not reflect the views of ARIN policy-makers
> until it
> has passed the gauntlet of this list, a members' meeting and an
> Council meeting. To reiterate, I agree with Yurie that this policy
> is a
> bad idea for many reasons and I don't think it is productive to list
> them all.
> --Michael Dillon
> P.S. I tend to agree with you that there are too many people still
> in IPv4 thinking who just don't get IPv6 yet. But that is an education
> problem more suitable to deal with on the ARIN IPv6 wiki at
> http://www.getipv6.info than on PPML.
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