Re: [ga] status of the GA
Tuesday, January 30, 2001, 10:54:19 AM, email@example.com wrote:
> On Tue, 30 Jan 2001, at 10:02 [=GMT-0800], William X. Walsh wrote:
>> Tuesday, January 30, 2001, 9:57:16 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> > On Tue, 30 Jan 2001, at 08:54 [=GMT-0800], William X. Walsh wrote:
>> >> Tuesday, January 30, 2001, 7:19:05 AM, Mikael Pawlo wrote:
>> >> > On Tue, 30 Jan 2001, Roberto Gaetano wrote:
>> >> > (---)
>> >> >> What would you conclude if not that there is not a great interest in the
>> >> >> matter?
>> >> > Don't underestimate the Jeff Williams-factor. I think a lot of interested
>> >> > parties - like yours truly - got tired of the konstant rants and raves and
>> >> > ramblings on the GA mailinglist. The most important assignment for a new
>> >> > GA chair should - in my humble opinion - be to set the GA straight again
>> >> > and make it free from so called "trolls".
>> >> They got rid of Baptista, and they got rid of all but one of the
>> >> sundry personalities of Jeff Williams.
>> >> What more do you want?
>> > This is too sarcastic, William.
>> I think the blaming of "the Jeff Williams-factor" for lack of DNSO
>> participation is a very faulty statement to make, Marc. [...]
> Sorry, I did not make myself at all clear. _I_ was trying to be
> sarcastic perhaps. I tried to intimate that some people might reply to
> your question "What more do you want?": that _you_ go away. Many
> people are put off by very long threads involving just 2 or 3
> people. I mean no harm. We may both take this matter to heart and
> restrain ourselves in posting again and again.
They would have no basis. Since Roberto's last request to do so, I've
restrained myself from posting much of anything, and particularly
avoided the subject of the IDNO, and haven't even posted to the GA
list about the recent....events...in the IDNO.
Other than today, for the rest of this month there had been only one
post from me, and that was a comment on the prices being charged by
ccTLDs, and the accusation of impropriety against .nu.
I treat forums differently. What I might say on the IDNO forum, or
the domain policy forum, is completely different than what I might say
here or on other forums.
I don't judge your participation here by your actions (or lack
thereof) in the IDNO, perhaps you should do the same.
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