[arin-ppml] Serious question for the list.

Mike Burns mike at nationwideinc.com
Thu May 5 12:49:53 EDT 2011

Hi all,

I have had an idea.

Since it has been determined that everybody in the ARIN community with an email address may participate in policy development, how does the list feel about soliciting the input from a broader group of participants?

Suppose I posted to a site like Reason magazine, which is Libertarian, inviting people to join the ARIN ppml in order to support my proposal to end needs requirements for IPv4 transfers?

And those who oppose could post to HuffPo or some other site where opposing views might be expected to be courted.

Is this a horrible idea?

I have not acted on it, there could be large implications.

What are your thoughts?


Mike Burns

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