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As a hypothetical example (of an admittedly contrived scenario), if someone wanted to develop new routing protocols (e.g. a new BGP implementation) and wanted a small test network which was portably addressed to do so, then I don't think that under a strict interpretation of (a)(i) and (a)(ii) alone that they would be eligible to do so - what would their options be then?
But that would be a very rare circumstance, isn't it? what is the possibility of doing that by involving APNIC Labs in these cases? Because the criteria you have mentioned above is purely a research base. Just a thought...
So I'd like to ask the list for their comments on the following: (A) Would the members of the list prefer to: (I) leave the proposal with "reasonable technical justification" as the only criterion for portable allocation (i.e. for interpretation by the Secretariat), or;
I am in support of this now, leave it to Secretariat to decide.
Aftab A. Siddiqui