[sig-policy] the last /8
the last /8 policy was passed with the knowledge that
o it would be the LAST /8. L-A-S-T. there would be no more IPv4.
end. finished. done.
o we did it to make sure that new entrants in the next decade or so
could put their enterprise networks etc. onto the dual-stack core.
thus we agreed to hold the last /8 for little bitty pieces so that
they could do this.
o if we were silly enough to enact a bunch of new policies, just like
the old policies, that essentially do with the last /8 as we have
done with the last almost 30 years of IPv4, it just will not last.
after all, it is the LAST /8. forever!
o let's not sell our children's meager assets to pig out for one final
meal that would only last a few months anyway.
o so we little piggies who can feel the end coming need to back away
from the trough, not expect more food, and move on.