[arin-ppml] CEO that takes the time to answer all questions

Sylvain Baya abscoco at gmail.com
Tue Jul 19 16:31:06 EDT 2022


Hope this email finds you in good health!

Please see my comments below inline...

Le mar. 19 juil. 2022 à 7:12 AM, Hank Nussbacher via ARIN-PPML <
arin-ppml at arin.net> a écrit :

> On 18/07/2022 17:41, John Curran wrote:
> I have almost nothing to do with ARIN


Hi Hank,
Thanks for have started this valuable thread,
brother :-)

...no matter whether it's AuP or not :-D

> but I would just like to say kudos
> to John for taking the time to answer

...i'm joining you in thanking John, mostly
 for its great support to the INRS (Internet
 Numbers Registry System). He is not
alone, other are behaving differently to
achieve a near to same goal...but, maybe
the Internet Numbering community should
 ask a Minimum Acceptable Reactivity
(MAR) or Interactivity (MAI) from RIR
Boards and Executive's Representatives?

> *every* single question and issue
> raised by anyone and everyone.

...a real challenge, that John is keeping surmonting in time to time :-)

We shall learn from his patience too.

> Not many CEOs even answer 1-2 emails.

Andrew, the CEO of Internet Society showed
 us this kind of impressive activism with
the community...and it's always a real
pleasure to experience something like
that. But we should understand that it's
not really affordable :'-(

As said above, others have their own,
approach; towards the same interactive goal...imho! what's worth nothing is
the Internet Numbering Community
deserves, what i called, above, a MAR/MAI :-)
...and we should agree on that, to ask for
 it within the regional RIRs we have more
interactions with.

Within AfriNIC, the CEO (Eddy) uses two
particular kind of tools to interact with
the community:

1| a monthly email communication, where
 he tries to report most of the activities done within its team an answers
the questions from the community.
2| JENGA; very regular gathering where the CEO and Staffs have opened, face
face, interactions with resource members
 and the community within the service



> Regards,
> Hank
> >
> > It’s non-zero - I noted that such policy enforcement can and does
> > occur for reasons other than
> > criminal fraud and non-payment (per the attached 7 July 2022 reply to
> > you & arin-ppml)
> >
> > A specific number of occurrences was not provided.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > /John
> >
> > John Curran
> > President and CEO
> > American Registry for Internet Numbers
> >
> >
> >> Begin forwarded message:
> >>
> >> *From: *John Curran <jcurran at arin.net>
> >> *...*
> >> Yes, revocations can occur for violations of the ARIN’s number
> >> resource policy manual (NRPM)) for any
> >> resource in the ARIN registry) and/or violations of one’s
> >> registration services agreement, if applicable.
> >>
> >> (I would note in particular that NRPM section 12 "Resource Review”
> >> requires cooperation with any request
> >> from ARIN for reasonable related documentation, and failure to comply
> >> with policy can result in revocation.
> >>  <https://www.arin.net/participate/policy/nrpm/#12-resource-review>)
> >>
> >> I hope this information is helpful to your number resource policy
> >> efforts,
> >> /John
> >
> [...]
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