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>I've been keeping an eye on various work in sidr, dnsop, and weirds to see where this capability
>is more likely to emerge. It's definitely desirable specifically for the email-over-IPv6 space,
>but possibly for other security-related things as well. I'll be putting work into it wherever
>it appears, and/or will submit a draft of my own if I come up with an idea that seems workable.
>I just haven't found that yet.
In Paris I had dinner with the guys who were running the conference
network, and explained to them why we wanted the allocation size.
They had a bunch of plausible ideas, none of which I remember in
detail (darn that cheap but tasty wine from southern France) other
than that if WEIRDS succeeds, it could either be a field in the
response for the allocation, or they could SWIP all of the
suballocations. I suggested that for both scale and privacy reasons
ARIN would probably not welcome 50,000,000 SWIPs from Comcast, but
they noted that large networks can run their own subservers, and it's
quite possible to have entries for individuals that don't include the