[arin-ppml] Encouraging IPv6 Transition (was: Clarify /29assignment identification requirement)

John Springer springer at inlandnet.com
Fri May 11 14:45:41 EDT 2012

There is a lot of asserting of conjectures not proven, opposed by the 

On Fri, 11 May 2012, Mike Burns wrote:

> +1
> There is a lot of thrashing about to solve problems most naturally solved by 
> a market.
>> the arin community's local austrian-school economist is dr. milton
>> mueller, and he has indeed made the points you describe. unconvincingly
>> from my point of view, but let's not forget about him altogether.
> Indeed.  I'd revisit his suggestions.  A market, when left to its
> devices, solves these problems with remarkable speed and little
> difficulty.  It does so by leveraging all the knowledge, experience,
> requirements, and resources of its participants in a way that no series
> of conjectures, assertions, plans, and surveys are able.
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