[arin-ppml] Large hole in IPv6 assignment logic
farmer at umn.edu
Mon Jun 8 20:29:25 EDT 2009
On 8 Jun 2009 Dave Temkin wrote:
> Understood, but we need a better exception policy in place other than
> "We'll get to it at the next meeting" if we're going to foster
> development in such an evolving space.
Well there is the Emergency PDP, but by most accounts that
didn't work very well with 2009-1. I'm thinking it would have to
be a really big problem and non-controversial to get the board
to try another run at the Emergency PDP anytime soon.
I'm not saying your wrong, I'm just trying to think about how it
would work without creating a loophole you can drive a convoy
of trucks through.
Any specific ideas?
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