[arin-ppml] Policy idea: POC Validation

Owen DeLong owen at delong.com
Fri Apr 17 18:13:08 EDT 2015

Another thought I had on POC creation emails…

What if in addition to the NACK button, there was a “Consolidate with” (need better name) button where I could express that this is a duplicate POC creation and that I would like it quashed in favor of my existing POC record. The button would require you to authenticate with ARIN on-line and then present a page showing the new POC and a drop-down of the POCs for which you are authorized administration. You could choose one of those and ARIN would then do (essentially) s/<newpoc>/<chosenpoc>/g in the database.

IIRC, ARIN On-line already has this functionality if you go into manage your POCs, so I think implementation should be fairly minor.



> On Apr 17, 2015, at 11:24 AM, Owen DeLong <owen at delong.com> wrote:
> I would consider this a workable solution.
> (Assuming annual validation is retained)
> Owen
>> On Apr 16, 2015, at 5:44 PM, Jimmy Hess <mysidia at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> There should be a "Do you accept this <new_role>" ACK requirement
>>> for the assignment is complete.  No ACK, no assignment.
>> An alternative would be:
>> 1* Opt-in confirmation for destination e-mail address on create POC
>> record / change e-mail address,
>> before the POC  details  other than the Handle name appear in Whois.
>> 2*  Within 24 hours of assignment to a role, a  FYI Notification
>> e-mail message to affected POCs.
>> Containing the list of  Organizations (or Network objects) they have
>> been added to.
>> With a  link in the FYI notification to open a 'quick trouble report'
>> page,  where
>> the POC can  object to  one or more of the role additions.
>> This should avoid a major change to the process for detailed reassignments Or
>> org/network modifies.
>> This should avoid spamming contacts with multiple requests for confirmations,
>> when a contact needs to be added to multiple individual objects.
>> --
>> -Jimmy
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