[address-policy-wg] IPv4 Maintenance Policy
Milton L Mueller mueller at syr.edu
Thu Apr 19 20:54:44 CEST 2012
> -----Original Message----- > > the space referred to is allocated to (or administered by if you prefer) > ripe. reverses for this space are delegated to ripe (one single [Milton L Mueller] It wasn't allocated by RIPE. Read the definition of "legacy." >alternate service providers can't delegate from this space. [Milton L Mueller] They don't have to delegate, the space has already been delegated to a legacy holder. > to choose an alternate provider for reverse delegation, the ip space in > question will have to be returned, and a new allocation (from the > alternate reverse delegation provider) will have to be done. > would work nicely: the 'legacy' is removed, the user will get a normal > new allocation. everyone should be happy with such a case. [Milton L Mueller] thanks for demonstrating the distance between your worldview and reality in concrete terms. > all this aside: you seem to try to express the 'threat of competition'. > ripe isn't a business. there is no competition. ncc coordinates for the > community, that's all. in case of users where it's actually an option to [Milton L Mueller] DNS wasn't a business in 1995. Then it was. > on the other hand, dropping the paragraph or the whole legacy paragraph > is probably best anyway. [Milton L Mueller] Here we may agree. Let's focus on that.