[arin-ppml] Petition Underway - Policy Proposal 95: Customer Confidentiality - Time Sensitive
farmer at umn.edu
Sun Jan 31 13:56:36 EST 2010
Thanks for the correction Owen.
What I meant to say was, this is the first successful petition. That is
assuming ARIN Staff certifies it as a successful petition, which I
expect they will.
Owen DeLong wrote:
> This isn't the first petition under the new PDP... It's the first one to gain enough signatures.
> On Jan 29, 2010, at 4:42 PM, David Farmer wrote:
>> Thanks, Ted that was a good summary.
>> Ted Mittelstaedt wrote:
>>> Naturally the AC will need to make the "official" determination
>>> but it looks like we will be discussing this.
>> Actually that is Staff's job, if the AC did that, it would be the fox guarding the chicken coop. The the Staff is much better at counting then us on the AC anyway, you know they have to count out each IP address right, just like a teller does at the bank. :) Talk about a barrier to IPv6 adoption. :) (only kidding) ARIN Staff is great!!!
>> But, I believe most of the AC was watching, I know I was.
>>> Marshall your arguments! :-)
>> And yes you should do that, may I suggest everyone take a step back and take a breath first.
>> So, a little more serious now;
>> I would like to ask the community to think about how we all want this to work. Personally, I've been waiting for the petition process to kick in. I actually think it is a healthy thing and shows the process is working. But, we are setting precedent, this is the first petition for the new PDP, so lets try to make it good precedent and all do our part to make the system work. The first use of the Emergency PDP last year, wasn't the greatest experience for our community. I would hope we can make this first a much better experience for us all.
>> And we all will play a part in making it a good experience.
>> This got people charged up, but could you use a little of that energy and look that the other proposals, 101, 106, and 107. The AC need to finish up the text for these to go to staff and legal review, by EOB Monday. PP#101 has new language I sent out a couple days ago.
>> PP#106 Scot and I are working on, and would hope we get some new text out.
>> PP#107 I will be sending some more changes shortly based on feed back from the staff clarity review.
>> Thanks and I hope to see many of you in Toronto.
>> David Farmer Email:farmer at umn.edu
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David Farmer Email:farmer at umn.edu
Networking & Telecommunication Services
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