[PDB Data Ownership-TF] IXP assignment IP address (netixlan) ownership
darrell at unitedix.net
Thu Feb 6 08:56:10 PST 2020
Catching up on this, I’m also in favor.
Overall, I’ve been leaning toward a structure to resolve these conflicts, and allow the involved parties to resolve them, in a simi-automated fashion. If we’re still debating how to handle facilities presence, this looks like something that could be extended to that as well…
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> From: DataOwnership-TF <dataownership-tf-bounces at lists.peeringdb.com> On Behalf Of Chris Caputo
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> Subject: Re: [PDB Data Ownership-TF] IXP assignment IP address (netixlan) ownership
> On Wed, 29 Jan 2020, Chris Caputo wrote:
>> On Wed, 29 Jan 2020, Arnold Nipper wrote:
>>> On 29.01.2020 04:33, Chris Caputo wrote:
>>>> On Tue, 28 Jan 2020, William Marantz wrote:
>>>>> On Tue, Jan 28, 2020 at 2:27 AM Arnold Nipper <arnold at peeringdb.com> wrote:
>>>>>> Now it starts to make sense to me as well. If you could also
>>>>>> #539 into account we should have a made a huge step forward.
>>>>> I support that "already published" modification to your proposal
>>>>> Chris. I totally forgot about that use case and great idea.
>>>> Excellent! Ok, I spent a bunch of time today trying to pull #539,
>>>> #585, and #627 together in some coherent way. Please review the
>>>> below and let me know of mistakes. Maybe we can beat this around
>>>> into something useful.
>>> Looks very elaborated to me, Chris. Very well done! Thank you for
>>> your time and effort. I don't have the time to go through the
>>> pseudocode in detail, but I didn't find obvious flaws.
>>> How to proceed? Open a new issue with the pseudocode? As this is
>>> very well specced out it could be implemented right away. I would
>>> love to see it happening with the next release!
>> Thank you for your support. I do think this would be ambitious for
>> the next release as I expect it to involve some considerable dev time.
>> I think the next step is to have others on the task force chime in.
>> If we can get the pseudocode approved by the task force that will be a
>> giant step forward. I'll then make a new GitHub issue announcing task
>> force support and encourage the Product Committee to approve it.
>> Tally so far: (please correct or add yourself as appropriate or reach
>> out to me directly and I'll track the votes/revisions)
>> PS: I've attached the pseudocode as a .c file in case anyone wants to
>> view it in an editor with syntax highlighting, or make edits. I find
>> that really helps with clarity. Diffs welcome!
> - Chris Caputo
> - Arnold Nipper
> - William Marantz
> - Patrick Gilmore
> Please make time this week, such as before the Thursday call, to review and consider letting me know if you support.
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