David and PPML,

David Farmer asked:

Do you support or oppose the policy as written?

I oppose the policy as written.

David Farmer also asked:

Do you think the inconsistency described in the Problem Statement should be corrected?

If yes, should it be corrected by revising by section 8.5.4 to be
consistent with section 4.2.2, as proposed by the current text?

Or, as an alternative by revising section 4.2.2 to be consistent with
section 8.5.4?

I think 8.5 adequately sets forth criteria for block size. 8.5.5 is especially "generous" (at least, compared to similar needs tests of the last 20 years of ARIN's existence), and is good "one size fits all" policy text.

I also think staff are properly applying policy with their current procedures for dealing with any requests justified under 4.2.2 but fulfilled under section 8.

I would be in favor of the AC abandoning 2017-9.

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