[arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2020-2: Grandfathering of Organizations Removed from Waitlist by Implementation of ARIN-2019-16

Robert Clarke robert at rjfc.net
Fri Jan 15 20:02:07 EST 2021

@Mike Burns 

"Count me as embarrassed at the treatment of new posters on this list."

I'll continue to advocate for the side of the argument that leans towards a distribution of ARIN IPV4 resources to more organizations. As I've said many times over the prior few months, everyone who stands to gain from ARIN-2020-2 obviously has a direct financial incentive to be loud in support of it. Those who stand to lose (IPv4 requesters in the coming years), are likely not even aware of this discussion. 

Are you implying that new participants should not be subjected to the same level of criticism from the group when posting support of ARIN-2020-2?



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