Non-profit IP Registry

Daryn D. Fisher oz at thoughtport.net
Fri Jan 3 06:49:01 UTC 1997


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From: Daryn D. Fisher <oz>
Date: Thu,  2 Jan 97 23:13:29 -0700
To: nanog at merit.edu
Subject: Re: Non-profit IP Registry
cc: naipr at lists.internic.net
Reply-To: oz at tpa.net

 That is why:

" The Advisory Council is to act on behalf of the membership on all  
issues including, but not limited to:

_ Registry goals
_ Future funding
_ Allocation policy guidelines
_ Training
_ Nominations for Advisory Council
_ Database maintenance
_ Registry procedures "

and:

"ARIN members will nominate candidates for the the Advisory Council."

This allows:

"The point has also been made that the management of the IP space  
should be put in the hands of those that depend on it - the users.  
Whether those users are ISPs, corporate entities, universities,  
etc., they should all play a role."


BTW, let's move this to the NAIPR list.


>	There is a VERY serious flaw in this plan.
>
>	The effective pricing drops with size. Yet the registry is
>technically required to be stingy in its IP allocations.
>
>	Can you say "lawsuit"? I knew you could.
>
>	Imagine if ivory sold large bars and small bars and the small 
>bars were more cost effective. Then they would only sell you a  
small bar
>because you wouldn't need the large bar for a few months, thus causing 
>you to pay more.
>
>	Think about it.
>
>	David Schwartz






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