[arin-ppml] ARIN-prop-165 Eliminate Needs-Based Justification
admin at bango.org.bb
admin at bango.org.bb
Tue Feb 28 10:50:34 EST 2012
Really! While it may be agreeable that those who were in the front line
should be rewarded, it should also be recognised that others, if they had
the opportunity would have been right there as well and could have been
equally rewarded but are not and could well do with some of those resources.
To give "legacy holders" boundless resources way beyond their needs, is the
kind of thinking that is now wreaking havoc on this world because a few have
far too much. We are complaining about the one percent but yet our minds are
so conditioned as to continue the madness.
We must move to stamp out inequalities in this world; especially large
divides as this usually means that some will inevitably be left without down
the road and leaving people without is the cause of all the pain in this
world; one way or another. We must be careful how we establish a few to
become the power houses of this world. Legacy holders will pass on someday
and leave to their children what their children were not in the front line
fighting for and will probably forget what the fight was about but become
heirs to resources beyond their needs to wield as they please and possibly
against the wishes of the parents who fought.
Are we doomed to repeat the mistakes of our past just like that?
From: Robert E. Seastrom
Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2012 9:22 AM
To: Kevin Kargel
Cc: ARIN PPML
Subject: Re: [arin-ppml] ARIN-prop-165 Eliminate Needs-Based Justification
Kevin Kargel <kkargel at polartel.com> writes:
> Now - if a "legacy" holder returns or relinquishes or transfers space and
> new registration or allocation or transfer needs to be effected then I do
> strongly feel that the "new" allocation should fall under the common
> restrictions and aegis provided by the community via ARIN RSA (*not*
What is the difference between the two RSAs upon which your opinion
pivots? Does it simply boil down to amount of revenue that ARIN gets
from a particular database entry?
Disclaimer: I am (personally) an LRSA signatory.
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