[arin-ppml] [arin-announce] [Fwd: ARIN-prop-133: No Volunteer Services on Behalf of Unaffiliated Address Blocks]
Keith W. Hare
Keith at jcc.com
Wed Feb 16 23:17:43 EST 2011
I don't think that we can recover enough resources to help the overall community, no matter how we approach the recovery process. But we might be able to find enough resources to help those that are willing to pay for them. And holders might be more willing to provide resources if they're compensated.
Admittedly, prop 133 doesn't deal with this topic directly. But it would open the door to allow legacy resources alternative governance, market policy, etc.
I am missing the big picture here.
I don't see how prop 133 opens the door to allow legacy resources alternative governance, market policy, etc.
I also don't see what added value would be provided by alternative governance, market policy, etc. As I read the current ARIN transfer policy Section 8.3 "Transfers to Specified Recipients" (https://www.arin.net/policy/nrpm.html#eight3), transfers can be made to specified recipients as long as the recipient can demonstrate need under the current ARIN policies.
So, if a recipient can justify need under the current ARIN policies and can find some organization willing to transfer, what is wrong with the ARIN process?
And, if a recipient cannot justify need, why is the recipient interested?
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