[arin-ppml] policy idea for PA allocations]
Howard, W. Lee
Lee.Howard at stanleyassociates.com
Thu Aug 7 13:46:56 EDT 2008
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> > I am not privy to ARIN operational procedure, but even if
> it created
> > more requests it sounds like it would make for less work as staff
> > would avoid quilting patchwork blocks together to meet the request
> > quantity. Sounds like an easier algorythm to automate or script.
> Operational procedure? Changing algorithms?
> Isn't this really a process matter for the BoT, not a policy matter?
> If anyone seriously thinks that this is a good idea, then
> they should put it in the ARIN suggestion box on the website
> and see what the staff have to say first.
It sounds like a proposal for an allocation/assignment policy to me.
Changing the policy from "We give you what you need" to "We give
you the single closest match we have" would be a IRPEP item. IMHO,
and I haven't asked the rest of the Board. Not sure how I'd vote if
it came to the Board. For external use only. Do not eat soap. OK!
> --Michael Dillon
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