Re: draft-higgs (Re: [ga-roots] Capture and Diversion)
On Fri, May 04, 2001 at 03:31:27PM -0700, Simon Higgs wrote:
> >3) There has been no indication that a request for such publication would
> > be met with a positive response. Especially, there has been no
> > demonstration of the IETF consensus required for BCP publication; info
> > RFCs are not the IETF's opinion about anything.
> There has also been no indication that a request for such publication would
> be met with a negative response. There have been no negative comments
> received. All have been positive. I'm not counting IAB comments, as they
> are part of the problem.
That is, you have unanimous support except for those who oppose you.
A fine example of your talent for twisting words..
> The bottom line is that there are no collisions in the name space -
> anywhere - and this is the only way to prevent them.
The *only* way?!?!?
> Cat herding, if
> you will.
> So, if you insist on opposing this draft, you are really voting for a root
Once again, you exhibit an amazing talent for twisting the truth.
> That's a fine example for the IETF chair to set.
Yes, Harald has set a fine example, and he is to be commended for it.
If the IETF had been just a tiny bit more involved in these issues from
an earlier time, then a lot of this nonsense about alternate roots might
never have started in the first place.
Kent Crispin "Be good, and you will be
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