Re: [ga-roots] Capture and Diversion
This is great you guys have an intellectual debate and a mutual admiration society
and us no-namers just sit around and worry, you guys are both really smart and
glib. We have no chance as long as you refuse to think of us common folk.
Mr. Higgs, please do not say never say never without giving your fellow man a
reason to believe that something can be done.
Mr. Walsh, do us the favor of backing up your claims just once in one of your
posts, you cause great consternation amoung many and are a chilling factor in
people to have hope, and you seem to do it with glee because your dreams have been
broken and you like inflicting.
You two have seen the numbers, almost a thousand people a day read your stuff,
please have some social responsibility.
Simon Higgs wrote:
> At 02:35 PM 5/2/01 -0700, William X. Walsh wrote:
> >Hello Simon,
> >Wednesday, May 02, 2001, 11:05:32 AM, Simon Higgs wrote:
> > > At 02:55 AM 5/3/01 +1000, you wrote:
> > >>On Wednesday, May 02, 2001 10:31 AM (AEST), Kristy McKee wrote:
> > >>
> > >> > IMHO this is beyond ICANN's scope as Bret mentioned ealier: the IETF is
> > >> > the place for decisions like these to happen; therefore if we do have an
> > >> > opinion I recommend we direct it in their direction.
> > >>
> > >>That's an interesting observation, thank you. If we assume that it is
> > >>ICANN's policy to comply with the technical standards as laid down by the
> > >>IETF, then this will also apply to the question of a "unique root" as
> > >>defined in the RFCs.
> > > Then can we all assume ICANN will fully comply with this IETF document
> > once
> > > it becomes an RFC:
> > > http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-higgs-root-defs-00.txt
> >Don't you really mean "in the highly unlikely event that it becomes a
> >RFC" ?
> Stranger things have happened. Like RFC1149 actually working (
> http://www.blug.linux.no/rfc1149/ ).
> Never say never... ;-)
> Best Regards,
> Simon Higgs
> It's a feature not a bug...
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