Re: DNS: Can we do something about noise on this list

Re: DNS: Can we do something about noise on this list

From: Jean-Christophe Praud <jc.praud§ludexpress.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 1998 07:42:02 +0200
vicc&#167;cia.net.au wrote:
> 
> >_From: Jim Fleming
> >
> > On Monday, June 22, 1998 7:25 AM, vicc&#167;cia.net.au wrote:
> > &#167;>_From: Adam Todd
> > &#167;>
> > &#167;> >Consensus 1: DOES THIS LIST SUFFER FROM AN EXCESSIVE NOISE PROBLEM?
> > &#167;> >
> > &#167;> >Your votes:
> > &#167;> >Larry Bloch: NetRegistry: YES
> > &#167;>
> > &#167;> Adam Todd: AHNET:  YES
> > &#167;
> > &#167;bwahahawhahhwhawhaahahahahahahahahah. adam do you have a mirror at your place?
> > &#167;
> > &#167;Vic
> > &#167;
> > &#167;
> >
> > I have reviewed the above lines and I see nothing that
> > relates to the .AU TLD. Is the above an example of noise ?
> 
> and strangely enough your post too contains nothing related to .au tld
> adding further noise to the noise.  what possible purpose do you
> have in being on this list?
> 
> to be blunt I think that booting adam and co off the list will bring
> it back to usual sane and safe slanging matches related to the state
> of dns in australia. I have no idea what ipv8, and ausrc have anything to
> do with this list. adams style is guarantee enough that ausrc will
> never have a place of any significance in australia. 

If that's true, that's too bad for your area : missing a technology
revolution can be fatal to a nation, nowadays :o(


> I vaguely supported
> the idea but its clear there is no future with adam at its center.

If you did, why didn't you try to push up the discussion level ?

MANY issues are still to be discussed...
THEY are the point, not the personality or vocabulary of participants...

> 
> Vic

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