bret at getjive.com
Fri Jan 7 10:17:53 EST 2011
As one who is petitioning PP 124, that feed back just shows you are doing this for the money. We don't create policy to make ourselves rich or for job security, or at least we shouldn't. Obviously this is your primary motive.
I'm opposed to PP 124.
On Jan 7, 2011, at 7:42 AM, Martin Hannigan wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 7, 2011 at 8:01 AM, Vaughn Thurman - Swift Systems
> <vaughn at swiftsystems.com> wrote:
>> Though I shudder to consider the responses I may get, and truly do not suggest any intentional bad play, it still needs to be said:
>> Some of the folks who are pushing this have potential alterior motives, such as being IPv6 consultants, authors/content providers, speakers, trainers, service providers, etc.
>> Consider this possible subconscious but nefarious thought: "The slow market adoption rates among the small and mids, who most often need outside talent to adopt new technologies, are running counter to desired market conditions. So, wouldn't it be nice if we could use ARIN to force the issue and create an unnatural bubble of demand?"
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I'm preparing the petition for PP 124 and wanted to post a reminder
and the revised text for 124 prior to the petition.
I'd like to request that the ARIN staff please provide an accurate
condition of current inventory including all address space, reserves,
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