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Re: Fallacy by Kurt (was Re: IPv6 Policy Clarification - Initial allocation criteria "d)")
Masataka-sama and all,
Open to some does not mean "all the way open" to others. So restrictions
for the sake of how far "Open" discussion is, is dependent sometimes on
whom is discussing what aspect of relevant issues on a topic area...
That said, I liked your draft. I still must study it more however.
Masataka Ohta wrote:
> Kurt Erik Lindqvist;
> >>Application may use UDP with its own timeout.
> > So all UDP applications need to modified (or not used at multihomed
> > sites)?
> If there is a family of UDP applications sharing the same
> idea on "connection", there can be a set of connection
> management library functions shared by the applications.
> Then, it may be that only the library may be modified.
> > This is a discussion that doesn't belong here, but it's not the role of
> > the WG chairs to control the WG.
> Then, it was your mistake that you controlled the WG to forbid
> presentations of proposals.
> > Make a bidding round for the TLI roles? So you want an open market for
> > default-free address space?
> Read the draft for an example. It does not say "open".
> > So Yahoo would qualify as a TLI? If they won a TLI assignment in the
> > bidding round? While for example NTT might not?
> Read the draft.
> >>I do recognize the policies and says them orthogonal.
> > Well, the bidding for address space has a large chance to off-set the
> > financial models of the Internet today.
> As explained in my presentation, it does not.
> > Why would customers go to NLIs in the first place? I for one would only
> > by service from TLIs.
> It is you who are ignoring the reality.
> Why do customers today buy service from tier2 providers?
> Masataka Ohta
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