Ars Technica on IPv4 exhaustion

Barry Shein bzs at
Thu Jun 19 17:51:06 UTC 2014

On June 19, 2014 at 04:01 owen at (Owen DeLong) wrote:
 > ICANN != a good sampling of number resource issues or concerns.
 > As you noticed, the whole mess with domain names and their IP issues
 > is the monetary tail that wags the ICANN dog. ICANN barely pays attention
 > to number resources and when they do, it’s primarily to do whatever has
 > been agreed upon by the policy processes in the various RIRs.
 > This is actually a good thing and we should seek to preserve this fact
 > after ICANN loses its “adult supervision”.

Really. You're really completely discounting ICANN in having any
leadership or participative role in the IPv4/IPv6 transition?


        -Barry Shein

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