[arin-ppml] ARIN-prop-165 Eliminate Needs-Based Justification
Robert E. Seastrom
ppml at rs.seastrom.com
Tue Feb 28 13:32:11 EST 2012
Without devolving into a meta-discussion about Keynesianism and social
justice, can you identify particular problems with resources that have
been transfered under 8.3 being registered under the LRSA rather than
the regular RSA?
<admin at bango.org.bb> writes:
> 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?
> -----Original Message-----
> 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 a
>> 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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