SNaslund at medline.com
Mon Mar 24 03:57:54 UTC 2014
I was not trying to criticize your terminology. I was just wondering about the question trying to be answered here. The holder of an address space and the end user of the address space are two really different things. The holder is often an ARIN member or grandfathered in and an end user (including most ISP customers) are not going to be ARIN members. I know that you and most of the other on here know that they are not "owners" of the space. I was just trying to figure out if your term "owner" refers to the holder of the space or the user of the space. Not trying to make a political statement.
I apologize if I gave you the impression that I disapproved of your question.
From: Randy Bush [mailto:randy at psg.com]
Sent: Sunday, March 23, 2014 10:52 PM
To: Naslund, Steve
Cc: John Curran; North American Network Operators' Group
Subject: Re: arin representation
> I think the term "owned" is a problem here.
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jeezus! get a life.
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