RE: [DNS] What exactly is the problem with ...

RE: [DNS] What exactly is the problem with ...

From: Michael <michael§mediakinetix.com>
Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2001 09:12:52 +1000
David

Whatever Harry has said in the past, right or wrong, has nothing to do with
whether someone should decide to play  'G' for God regarding submissions to
the list.

I find it very cute that Harry's speech today is all about the fact that our
Democratic society does not tolerate Dictators.  Thanks for the
enlightenment Harry.

David G. Thompson however, feels that 'filtering'  information would be
appropriate in 'this' instance. Thanks for the laughter to kick of a great
day!

btw ....they say the IT Industry in China has a very rosy future David.

Michael Verga


Recent threads have had me thinking
seriously of filtering incoming DNS mail to trash

-----Original Message-----
From: David G Thompson [mailto:davidgthompson&#167;yahoo.com]
Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2001 12:57 AM
To: dns&#167;auda.org.au
Subject: RE: [DNS] What exactly is the problem with ...


Harry,

My undertsanding is that this list is for the
discussion of DNS issues. Your most recent
posting appears to be better suited to a list
that focussed on 'Pop Political Science'.

Academic associates advise that the following
link might offer you lists that provide more
appropriate fora.

 http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/

Most are moderated which could prove challenging
for your 'shoot first and be concerned about the
consequences later' style.

As a general comment I would be pleased if list
contributors maintained a focus on meaningful DNS
discussion. Recent threads have had me thinking
seriously of filtering incoming DNS mail to trash


David G Thompson




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