[arin-ppml] Whois cleanup proposals

Chris Grundemann cgrundemann at gmail.com
Tue Oct 21 19:05:07 EDT 2008

On Tue, Oct 21, 2008 at 3:36 PM, Ted Mittelstaedt <tedm at ipinc.net> wrote:

>> My $.02 is that this process could start by verifying the
>> POCs in WHOIS.
> Yes, I agree.
>> Then ARIN staff can focus initially on
>> "orphaned" IP space (blocks with no verifiable POC). I am
>> not suggesting that all IP space with out a valid POC is
>> necessarily or inherently abandoned but I do think that it is
>> an area that may well prove to have much low hanging fruit in
>> regards to reclamation.
>> We may need a specific policy to address under what
>> conditions an address block can be considered abandoned or
>> otherwise "reclaimable." We may also want or need a policy
>> (such as my proposed "Annual WHOIS POC Validation")
> YOUR proposed whois POC validation?
> Don't you mean MY proposed "whois POC e-mail cleanup" that you didn't
> even bother participating in and just ripped off the idea from?

WOW.  I guess I mean the proposal based on the one that you ripped off
from Heather Schiller (before I had the chance too ;)).

> Next time I'll just wait until the day before the
> last day of submittal then turn the proposal in.

Not if you want consensus,  which I was trying to help _the idea_ reach.

> Ted
> PS  Just kidding.  Mostly.

Hoping it's all in fun,

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