>My view is still that charging for routing announcements is
>necessary and sufficient -
Sufficient for what?
Sufficient to give folks an incentive to use addresses that aggregate
for routing purposes. (This is carefully phrased *not* to be CIDR-specific.)
>but as I've said before, I think that registries should charge for their
>*services*, and allocating an address block is a service.
What is the difference in the service charge for allocating
a /8 compared to allocating a /24?
Indeed - I was debating whether to mention that in my previous mail.
I don't have a quick answer.