Alex Bligh writes:
This misses the point, it's not about what you /can/ afford
locally, it's how it's paid for. The problem is that the cost
implications are suffered disproportionately by those not
enjoying substantial benefit of having the route accepted.
You yourself have argued that $$ would fix this.
You're right. I should simply go into randy-mode and
repeat a mantra:
- -- for future reference ---
[someone says that long prefixes are good/not-a-problem/...]
shut up and send me a cheque.