[arin-ppml] Policy Proposal 2008-4 - Staff Assessment
farmer at umn.edu
Thu Oct 9 18:32:39 EDT 2008
On 9 Oct 2008 David Kessens wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 09, 2008 at 12:21:21PM -0700, Owen DeLong wrote:
> > The same problem applies to Michael's much more elaborate effort
> > at the same statement.
> Correct. Attempts to define special areas are bound to be wrong,
> complicated or unfair. That is why I don't support policies for
> special geographical areas.
I disagree, I believe we can define region, I don't think we can define one
that includes any part of the US or Canada at this time, that is where things
> Let's have a minimum allocation boundary that works for everybody in
> the ARIN region (or better yet all RIRs) and be done with this.
This is like saying that there should be one and only one global set of Zoning
laws. And, I don't believe in a one size fits all world.
(And, anyone who says that by referring to Zoning laws, that I'm trying to say
that IP addresses are property, POX on you. I just could come up with a
better analogy at this moment.)
> David Kessens
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