[ppml] Markets, pricing, transparency, 2008-2 / 8.3.9

Bill Darte BillD at cait.wustl.edu
Mon Mar 17 12:35:45 EDT 2008

Let me, too, add my voice here.

As a member of the AC I can also assure that the AC is divided on this
issue and have responded to need and request for this proposal to be
crafted and published to guage sentiment related to the topic of an
expanded transfer policy.

It was and is intended to be a 'strawman' that is explicit so that
people are not bogged down in trying to discuss generalities.  In no
other way could we expect to get concrete and specific input and a sense
of consensus.

And, I think that it is wise for people to read how AC members address
the community through ppml participation.  I know that when I speak with
a voice that conveys my thoughts as an AC member I express this directly
or sign my post as an ARIN AC member.  When I post as a representative
of Washington University in St. Louis, I say so, but when I interact as
an individual I generally sign as bd or not at all.

This is of course MY convention....I suggest that if anyone ever is
unclear under what 'hat' and AC member is posting...to simply ask them
public to declare their position.

Bill Darte

> -----Original Message-----
> From: ppml-bounces at arin.net [mailto:ppml-bounces at arin.net] On 
> Behalf Of michael.dillon at bt.com
> Sent: Monday, March 17, 2008 7:23 AM
> To: ppml at arin.net
> Subject: Re: [ppml] Markets, pricing, transparency, 2008-2 / 8.3.9
> > I think the entire list would appreciate you giving the SEC angle a 
> > rest, as I mentioned to you in private email a couple of days ago.
> Let me remind you that this is the PUBLIC policy mailing 
> list, not the ARIN AC's policy mailing list. As a member of 
> the ARIN AC you have no special rights on this list. In fact, 
> as you so graciously pointed out, I gave the issue a rest for 
> a couple of days.
> I think that I speak for the entire list in wondering why the 
> ARIN AC, are pushing this transfer proposal so hard? 
> In the past, the ARIN AC did not attempt to run the public 
> policy process, instead they responded to proposals from 
> others. Something is not right...
> --Michael Dillon
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