[arin-ppml] FYI -- RIPE-605 Services to Legacy InternetResource Holders

David Conrad drc at virtualized.org
Tue Feb 11 19:29:25 EST 2014


Owen,

On Feb 11, 2014, at 5:12 PM, Owen DeLong <owen at delong.com> wrote:
>> "The importance of maintaining accurate records in the RIPE database is recognised as the NCC's principal task. "
>> (well, ok, they spelled recognized wrong :))
> No, they spelled it the way the British do instead of the Americans.

It was, of course, a joke, as suggested by the ":)" characters.

>> Needs testing, in and of itself, is not the issue.  What is at issue is what ARIN does when a transfer occurs (and they have, do, and will occur) outside of "justified" need.  As a _registry_, I believe ARIN's role (as with IANA and all other RIRs) is to maintain accurate records.
> You've made your position clear. The majority of the ARIN community does not appear to agree with you.

For some definition of a particular subset of the "ARIN community", it may be true that accuracy of registration information is secondary to imposing policy dictates.  I suspect, however, that for the vast majority of actual users of registration information that it is NOT the case.

This might be an interesting topic for an ARIN survey.

I'm curious: do you personally believe that accuracy of registration data is secondary to imposing policy dictates?

> Can you provide any evidence to support your claim that they "have, do, and will occur outside of justified need"?

Of course not.  

Hint: according to current policy, such use of address space would be grounds for ARIN to "revoke" that address space.

I'd be surprised if you actually believe that folks are not fabricating justifications to get around the ARIN "justified need" requirements,

Regards,
-drc

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