[arin-ppml] DRAFT POLICY ARIN-2011-1: GLOBALLY COORDINATEDTRANSFER POLICY (Legecy space)

Benson Schliesser bensons at queuefull.net
Tue Apr 12 10:03:51 EDT 2011


On Apr 12, 2011, at 6:47 AM, Bill Darte wrote:
> How do you feel about the Constitution?  200+ years old...lots of things have changed since that was written....is it too irrelevant because its old..or are the principles upon which it was written still as pertinent today as ever?
> 
Bill, do you really think this is a reasonable comparison?  On one hand: a document that has withstood 200+ years of change, written by representatives from all the colonies, enshrining the basic structure of our government and individual liberties.  On the other hand: a document written 15 years ago, by a handful of people, expressing administrative choices based on then-current technology limitations.


On Apr 12, 2011, at 12:40 AM, Owen DeLong wrote:

> 1.	I don't think that requiring need to receive resources will decrease the size
> 	of the market or the number of participating sellers.
> 
> 	Decreasing buyers generally places deflationary pressure on markets, not
> 	inflationary.

Higher prices generally increase the number of sellers.  This is a good thing, given a scarce supply and ongoing need.

If ARIN doesn't enable the highest market prices then sellers will go elsewhere.  The benefits of working with ARIN need to out-weigh the costs, if we wish to preserve accuracy in ARIN's whois data.

Cheers,
-Benson

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