[arin-ppml] Policy Proposal: Annual WHOIS POC Validation

Chris Grundemann cgrundemann at gmail.com
Mon Aug 25 12:12:30 EDT 2008

On Mon, Aug 25, 2008 at 8:25 AM, Keith W. Hare <Keith at jcc.com> wrote:
>> If a valid response
>>is not received within 14 days, every instance of the unresponsive
>>email address will be replaced with "REFUSED RESPONSE" in the whois
> Since my background is database design and performance, I cringe at the
> idea of overloading the email address field with what should really be a
> separate field.

Maybe the wording should be changed to something along the lines of:

...is not received within 14 days, every instance of the unresponsive email
address will be /marked/ with "REFUSED RESPONSE" in the whois directory.

Would that leave it open enough for ARIN staff to implement the policy in
a manner that works best for the database?

> However, aside from this implementation detail in a policy proposal, I
> support the proposal. This will achieve the goal of freezing orphaned
> resources while sidesteping the quagmire of (L)RSAs and legacy resource
> holders.
> Keith
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