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RE: Don't Take Their Word For It!
- Date: Sat, 06 Feb 1999 09:03:04 -0800
- From: "Roeland M.J. Meyer" <email@example.com>
- Subject: RE: Don't Take Their Word For It!
At 04:02 PM 2/6/99 +0100, Roberto Gaetano wrote:
>> On 06-Feb-99 Javier SOLA wrote:
>> > <snip>
>> The WITSA (or DNSO.org/INTA) Draft application is at:
>> The Paris Application (Supported by CENTR, RIPE, IATLD, APTLD, directly by
>> number of ccTLD registries, ORSC, AIP, and others) :
>According to information posted on the
>http://dnso.association.org/organisations.html Web page, as today this draft
>is supported by AIP, NSI, ORSC, DNRC, ISP/C, ICIIU.
>The Web site shows no evidence of the support by CENTR, RIPE, IATLD, APTLD
>(although I personally see this draft as a good draft, and I expect most
>registries to explicitely support it in the next days).
>Let me state that, even if this draft is focused on Registries, the
>Registries have done a huge effort in smoothing up their initial position to
>meet the needs of other constituencies.
>While this text may not be 100% endorsable by everybody, it is a very good
>starting point for the final convergence into a single document for the
>> The lists currently active with DNSO discussions :
>What is striking, is the number of lists.
>Can't we have two relevant lists, one per relevant draft, where to
>concentrate the discussion?
I agree, but unfortunately it isn't politically possible.
>Of course, the lists should be open to "the other camp".
>I start being really sick of having multiple copies of the same message, and
>to have to monitor different lists for the same subject (on top of the other
>lists I am subscribing for other reasons).
I would hope that this is a temporary situation. I also hope that Amadeu is
happy, he has his multiple lists.<grin> Really, observing the
socio-political dynamics of these entire debates, over the past two years,
has been quite enlightening. Right now I am researching how to build an
exploder-list that would filter out the duplicates and provide consolidated
two-way content. The current situation is wearing out my delete-key, on a
keyboard that already has enough problems. (Anyone have a "short" Northgate
keyboard available, even used? These new ones suk [no feel].)
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