[ppml] Policy Proposal 2007-21
owen at delong.com
Sun Apr 6 01:31:49 EDT 2008
On Apr 5, 2008, at 4:15 PM, Stephen Sprunk wrote:
> Thus spake "Kevin Oberman" <oberman at es.net>
>> I have not seen much discussion of this proposal, the first one to be
>> discussed in Denver. I am unclear on one issue.
>> The proposal states "each of which must be covered by a current
>> ARIN RSA". Is this the standard RSA, the LRSA, or either of the
>> above. As I read the proposal, it's either of the above.
> That's how I read it as well. If the intent (or staff's
> interpretation) is
> to exclude the LRSA, that definitely needs to be stated.
I'm pretty sure from the discussions amongst the AC and with the
author that I have participated in that the intent is to accept ANY
ARIN RSA, including the legacy RSA.
I am speaking only for myself in this context, but, I'm pretty sure
that if the intent were to exclude the LRSA, it would have been
clearly stated. The term current is used to refer to the fact that
it must be an RSA ARIN currently accepts rather than an outdated
or expired RSA from some years back.
Hope that helps the discussion.
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