Well, the results are now official; I did not get a seat on the ARIN AC this year. I will of course continue my activity on the ARIN PPML and hopefully make it to (at least one or two of) next years meetings. Who knows, maybe I will run again in 2009! Congratulations to everyone […]
The ARIN XXII meeting report was made available today. It contains, among many other things, a transcript of all the BoT and AC candidate speeches that were made on Friday morning. I have copied mine here: MR. GRUNDEMANN: Good morning. Yes, I’m Christopher Grundemann. I was sitting there thinking about what I could say up […]
IP space (v4, v6, vX) is a public resource and as such should be borrowed, used and returned by those with a need for it.
The 2008 ARIN Election is now open. Make sure your voice is heard.
I am a candidate in the 2008 ARIN Advisory Council election.
A decision tree to help in evaluating a liberalized IP address transfer policy.
I submitted my first policy proposal to ARIN.
I was nominated for a seat on the ARIN Advisory Council (AC) this week. I am very excited about this and am hopeful that I will be elected. ARIN [wikipedia] has a very organized election process, part of which is a questionnaire that all candidates must answer to serve as their campaign statement and bio. […]
LIR/EU Transfer policies are a bad idea, and there are other options. To understand this we must first agree on what a “LIR/EU transfer policy” is. Then we can look into the problems with this type of transfer policy (and there are many). Such a policy slows IPv6 adoption, which is a very bad thing […]