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[rpd] Softlanding-Bis decision appeal

Frank Habicht geier at
Sat Dec 2 05:45:48 UTC 2017


I believe Jackson's email contained some unfounded accusation delivered
in a form I would not like to see on this mailing list.

Just one comment below.

On 12/1/2017 12:17 PM, Jackson Muthili wrote:
> Africa will move forward irrespective.  ...


Moving forward should NOT mean keeping useful numbering resources locked
away (unnecessarily. and i don't see the necessity).

It should mean two things:

- making efficient use of all of the 32-bit integers that the majority
of us use most of the time (still). Including those integers still with
AfriNIC. They are meant to be used.

- more aggressive use of IPv6 as only this will be an alternative to the
unusable internet that multi-layer IPv4 NAT is promising to cause, as
more users are getting connected.

We can not afford to stash IPv4 addresses away for IPv15-transition.

Jackson, do you agree until here?

Now: I have no idea whether you are doing any of the two above things.
I have an idea about what other individuals - who you like to attack -
are doing.


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