[address-policy-wg] Temporary Internet Assignments policy
niels=apwg at bakker.net niels=apwg at bakker.net
Tue Sep 18 00:18:38 CEST 2012
* marcin at leon.pl (Marcin Kuczera) [Tue 18 Sep 2012, 00:05 CEST]: >On 2012-09-17 18:59, Martin Millnert wrote: >>[Devils advocate] Why must there be special treatment for >>conference-space (temporary assignments) at all? >>Why can't conferences run NAT-something+IPv6 like the rest of >>everything? Since networky-conferences are the most common >>requesters of these temp-blocks in the first place by my >>understanding, wouldn't that be an excellent place to start >>adapting to the future rather than getting special treatment and >>sticking to the old? >> >>Couldn't this help with dissipating clue to real networks, etc? >> >>Just a thought. > >Clear point of view, I like it ! I don't think the point of the policy is to punish people for having addressing needs. -- Niels.