[arin-ppml] Preemptive IPv6 assignment

Brian Johnson bjohnson at drtel.com
Fri Oct 15 09:51:44 EDT 2010

>> So now we are going to put people on some kind of "guilt trip"
>> of our decisions.
>Guilt trip? Heck, I don't care if the latecomers harm themselves with
>their deployment choices. I do care if they harm me. I hope you care
>if they harm you.
>If you have to bend over backwards to continue talking to them on
>IPv4, it seems to me like that harms you. You don't agree?

No. I will not have to bend over backwards to continue providing the
same services that we have done for over a decade. :-)

I simply don't see any real harm, only an implied harm with no fact to
back it up, at least not for me and I suspect some others as well. I
also oppose assigning a resource without the recipient asking for it.

- Brian J.

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