[arin-ppml] LRSA concerns (Re: Policy Proposal: Whois Integrity Policy Proposal)
John Paul Morrison
jmorrison at bogomips.com
Fri Aug 22 13:27:09 EDT 2008
On 8/22/2008 8:21 AM, Dale W. Carder wrote:
> On Aug 21, 2008, at 5:32 PM, Jeffrey I. Schiller wrote:
>> I proposed then that a good first step to get legacy holders into the
>> "tent" would be a milder contract that didn't put their "rights"
>> (whatever they may be now or determined in the future) on the line.
> I agree with this approach.
I agree as well. It's also justifiable in terms of paying a registrar
for domain and reverse DNS. I have no problem paying $10 a year or
whatever to godaddy for a dot com registration,
so I have no opposition to paying to an in-addr.arpa registrar, who
could provide whois and registrar services at a competitive rate.
Just as dot com registration was once free and was converted to pay as
you go, so can in-addr.arpa for legacy registrants. Perhaps this can
side-step some of the opposition to legacy changes.
Most of this could leverage existing registrar, domain registration and
whois infrastructure. So legacy holders can pay their way for the
registration infrastructure, while any questions of "ownership" or
legitimacy can be sorted out separately, or they can simply whither on
the vine with IPv6 approaching.
> If we all think that whois needs to be updated and this can't be
> done without a contract, could a contract specific to whois
> maintenance be written as Jeff outlined without the things that
> legacy holders are clearly concerned about in the current LRSA?
> LRSA-lite could be a lot easier for legacy holders to swallow.
> As v4 runout gets closer, I worry about increased hijacking.
> The value of database maintenance will then be clear to everyone.
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