[Rack] Noisebridge.{com,org,net} domain

Dr. Jesus j at hug.gs
Tue Sep 7 23:16:20 UTC 2010

On Tue, Sep 7, 2010 at 4:06 PM, Jonathan Lassoff <jof at thejof.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 7, 2010 at 3:51 PM, Jacob Appelbaum <jacob at appelbaum.net> wrote:
>>>> What does that have to do with Noisebridge and its domain records?
>>> The RIRs want to know who they're giving address space to, especially
>>> when the requesting organization isn't paying the commercial rates for
>>> it.  ARIN doesn't know how to check if monochrom is a non-profit, for
>>> example, since they don't know anything about laws in the EU.
>> Noisebridge is a non-profit but the domain is not owned by Noisebridge.
>> It is owned by me and will probably always be owned by me. In any case,
>> .com and .org aren't relevant to this discussion.
>> If you're having issues with that and it's causing you problems related
>> to my mailing address, I suggest you buy a domain.
>> You can always donate your domain to the corporation and make your
>> project registered to an address relevant to your project.
>> What's the issue with that?
> I think all ARIN is doing is trying to do a little research into who
> "Noisebridge" is as an entity before they go re-assigning scarce IP
> space to us. Really, all they should be concerned about is the
> registration of our ORG ID in their system, the domain is arguably
> unrelated to the IP space, so while this *shouldn't* be an issue, I'd
> imagine they did a couple WHOIS queries and said to themselves, "wtf?"
> All that should matter to them is that this:
> http://whois.arin.net/rest/org/NOISE is registered to the right
> person.
> Dr. J, what was their specific request / question?

The person who's doing me this favor said they don't want to get in
any trouble for allocating address space for free without being able
to prove that we're eligible to get it for free.

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