[arin-ppml] re-org question

David R Huberman daveid at panix.com
Fri Nov 4 22:01:40 EDT 2016

> It's a public policy document. In the absence of language to the
> contrary, the MUST is implied. And if it's not a MUST then it's
> operational guidance that doesn't belong in a POLICY document at all.

Probably, yes. Nevertheless, the MUST is not there and is not implied. And 
I fully agree on the sentence not belonging there, because a reasonable 
reading includes the implication.

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