[arin-ppml] ["Lying Idle"]
sleibrand at internap.com
Wed Oct 22 12:19:40 EDT 2008
bmanning at vacation.karoshi.com wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 21, 2008 at 11:03:56PM -0700, Jo Rhett wrote:
>> I had 3 legacy blocks which I was the primary
>> contact for. I had misunderstood the RSA contract to mean that these
>> blocks were covered under the RSA I signed for new blocks assigned.
>> This situation persisted for 13 years (admittedly 2 of which predate
>> ARIN) without me ever *EVER* receiving a single e-mail from ARIN
>> saying "This block is not covered by an RSA. Would you please fill
>> this out and return it?" or any variant thereof.
> then our experiences differ. I've received mail from ARIN
> about a series of resources that were assigned pre-ARIN and would
> would I be willing to place them under some form of RSA.
> Granted, the contacts have been in the last 24 months, so there
> have been years when ARIN was busy w/ other things.
> perhaps I was part of a pilot group, I don't know. I do know
> that Leslie reported that some 14,000 cases were in process
> (where process was identification, notification, etc...)
> Its clear that you have not had the same experience as I have.
> I am confident that soon you will. I have found that using the
> secure login capability is very helpful in maintaining accurate
> data about the resources under ones stewardship.
Per one of the presentations (Leslie's?), ARIN started with Class A legacy
holders, then Class B, and is now just starting with Class C. Most likely
that accounts for the differences in whether/when each of you got notices.
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