[arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2019-2: Waiting List Block Size Restriction

Robert Clarke robert at cubemotion.com
Wed Feb 27 17:35:27 EST 2019


Hi Mike,

You are centering the debate around the transfer statistics which does not give an accurate representation to the scale of the “profiteering” problem. Tom’s proposal (and the draft at large) still enables and encourages profiteering out of fraudulent activity related to waiting list requests.

In regards to option 3; I am eager to discuss that on another thread when and should the time come. As it directly pertains to ARIN-2019-2 we can at the very least deliberate it here.

Robert Clarke
CubeMotion LLC
robert at cubemotion.com
M: +1 (844) 244-8140 ex. 512
300 Lenora Street #454, Seattle, WA, 98121

> On Feb 27, 2019, at 2:18 PM, Mike Burns <mike at iptrading.com> wrote:
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> It is easy to see why you and Mike would kick back on option 3 as it would result in less business for your company (IP Trading). That being said, it is the clear winner to accelerate an unbiased distribution of future resources.
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> Best Regards,
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> Robert Clarke
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> Hi Robert,
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> Thanks for the shout-out to our company, but please cease the ad hominem statements and submit your proposed solution as a policy. I think that would be the appropriate way to discuss it.
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> And your underlying assumption that our business needs drive our policy positions is incorrect.  Tom’s policy, should it be passed, could lead to less business for us. Think about it, most transfers are of smaller blocks, and this would allow a single recovered /16 to answer the needs of 64 waiting list members. Imagine the waiting list answering the needs of more recipients in a more timely manner. That doesn’t augur well for our business.
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> Regards,
> Mike Burns

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