[arin-ppml] 2008-6: Emergency Transfer Policy for IPv4 Addresses
BillD at cait.wustl.edu
Mon Sep 29 13:27:02 EDT 2008
Based upon an inquiry, I would like to clarify my statements below.
I do NOT intend to say that 2008-6 is a more 'liberal' policy proposal
than 2008-2....but rather that 2008-6 was intended for those (like
2008-2) who want a more liberal transfer policy than exists now within
the Number Resource Policy Manual (NRPM).
And of course, I also intended to say that "2008-6 was promulgated as an
alternative to 2008-2....."
Sorry for the confusion....
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> Sent: Monday, September 29, 2008 10:01 AM
> To: arin-ppml at arin.net
> Subject: [arin-ppml] 2008-6: Emergency Transfer Policy for
> IPv4 Addresses
> As the Oct 15 ARIN Public Policy Meeting comes closer, I
> would like to again ask anyone who has not commented (or
> sufficiently) on this policy proposal to do so. Especially,
> I am interested in what you think are the positive or
> negative aspects of this proposal in contrast to 2008-2 the
> more elaborate and detailed proposal.
> 2008-6 was promulgated as an alternative to 2008-6 for those
> who believe that 1./ a more liberal transfer policy is in the
> best interest of the industry and, 2./ feel that it would be
> easier to pass it and then modify it as needed in the future,
> should 2008-2 fail to gain consensus across all of its nuance.
> As always, I thank you for your involvement and insight into
> the policy evaluation process of ARIN. Your participation
> makes the role of the AC much easier and the overall process
> more rigorous.
> Bill Darte
> ARIN Advisory Council
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