[arin-ppml] How bad is it really?

John Springer springer at inlandnet.com
Tue Jul 13 18:45:24 EDT 2010

Quick question, is the "33% update rate" those that actually
update (add to or edit) the POC information or those + those who say no 
changes needed, i.e. the response rate?


John Springer

On Mon, 12 Jul 2010, Steve Bertrand wrote:

> On 2010.07.12 18:02, John Curran wrote:
>> On Jul 12, 2010, at 2:38 PM, Ted Mittelstaedt wrote:
>>> Keep in mind that Section 3.6.1 requires ARIN to publish a list of
>>> invalid POCS, so we should have in a year or two a list of subnets
>>> that are "ripe for mining" as they say.
>> Ted is right on target here, and we're proceeding with POC
>> validation at an aggressive rate.  (For more information, see
>> <https://www.arin.net/resources/services/poc_validation.html>)
>> We're presently sending out 7500 validation requests each week,
>> and getting just over a 33% update rate on those requests. It's
>> too early to draw conclusions, but there's obviously ample space
>> which presently lacks a responsive contact.  We'll provide a more
>> detailed update on POC validation during the October PPML meeting.
> Cheers for having a relatively accurate % so quickly in the discussion.
> That is admirable.
> Steve
> ps. I'm a small part of that 33%. all it took was one ``click'' ;)
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