[arin-ppml] Petition for advancement of Policy Proposal #163 Dedicated resources for initial ISP allocations, to Draft Policy status
farmer at umn.edu
Thu Feb 23 01:51:40 EST 2012
I support the petition of this proposal to Draft Policy status for
adoption discussion at the Vancouver Public Policy Meeting.
While I support the policy proposal and this petition, as an AC Member I
did vote to Abandon this proposal, precisely to allow the community to
petition to get this policy proposal to the Vancouver meeting. I
believe even if the AC had accepted this proposal on its docket that it
would not likely have made it to the Vancouver meeting anyway. The AC
is running up on the deadlines for the Vancouver meeting and there were
other proposals with clearly more community support that required the
limited resources that the AC had available before the deadline.
If you support this issue please join in support of this petition. I
also encourage the author and the community to work on the text of this
proposal prior to to text freeze before the meeting.
On 2/22/12 22:47 CST, Joe Maimon wrote:
> I am unsatisfied with the AC's abandonment of Policy Proposal #163
> Dedicated resources for initial ISP allocations.
> I formally petition you, the members of this regional community, for
> your support in advancing to draft policy status the proposal and for it
> to be discussed at an upcoming ARIN Public Policy meeting.
> I ask you for statements in support of this petition.
> The full policy proposal text is available at
> Best and my thanks,
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David Farmer Email:farmer at umn.edu
Networking & Telecommunication Services
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