[ppml] Revision to 2008-3

Josh King josh at acornactivemedia.com
Fri Apr 4 00:46:43 EDT 2008

Steve Bertrand wrote:
> I disagree that a third designation is necessary at all. What happens if 
> for any reason a non-profit 'community' network operator folds, and a 
> commercially driven ISP buys up their assets?
I think there may be some legal issues with a for-profit organization
buying off the assets of a non-profit. What do you think about there
being a restriction that an allocation to a community network be
"non-transferable to any for-profit entity"? Is this a concern,
considering that all IPv6 blocks are, under the NRPM, leased rather than
> My opinion is that any entity providing any form of Internet service 
> should be classified as an Internet Service Provider.
>> Unlike your cable operator a community network doesn't 
>> have customers, it has members.
> Whether the user of the service is classified as a 'member' or a 
> 'customer', both designations could be put under an umbrella called 
> 'subscriber'.
> Steve
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Josh King
josh at acornactivemedia.com
Senior Network Engineer, Acorn Active Media
System Administrator, Chambana.net (http://www.chambana.net)
"I am an Anarchist not because I believe Anarchism is the final goal,
but because there is no such thing as a final goal." -Rudolf Rocker

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