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Re: Current Round Table Delegates ?
This is silly. If this is sent to the nanog list (and I have yet to see a clear reason why it is considered a service to post it here), the least you can do is address your message to nanog... ie: "Hi, I am posting this to NANOG because...". I'm new to this list, and I'm disappointed that people are leaving due to the flood of mail about nameserver "confederations". I could really care less about this until there is some clear agreement as to who gets the new (e,u,alter)dns cash cow. In the month I've been on this list, I've found it to be extremely helpful, but recently, I hit "D" on way too many messages. It seems clear that no one wants to see this on the list, so unless there is a demand, please stop cross-posting. If I want to know about developments in this area, I'll subscribe to the appropriate lists; but please don't force me to by cc-ing these announcements here. If I'm out of line for posting, forgive me, but as a late-comer to the NANOG list, these postings seem totally irrelevant. Charles ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~ Charles Sprickman Internet Channel INCH System Administration Team (212)243-5200 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com On Fri, 30 May 1997, Jim Fleming wrote: >_Date: Fri, 30 May 1997 12:34:36 -0500 >_From: Jim Fleming <JimFleming@unety.net> >_To: "'firstname.lastname@example.org'" <email@example.com> >_Cc: "'firstname.lastname@example.org'" <email@example.com> >_Subject: Current Round Table Delegates ? >_ >_ >_As the dust settles, it appears that one new >_Root Name Server Confederation can be added >_to the world Round Table. Hopefully, each Root >_Name Server Confederation can present 2 delegates >_to represent the confederation. >_ >_Here are the likely candidates. >_ >_===================================== >_ >_AlterNIC - (4 servers) >_........Eugene Kashpureff >_........iPOC Member ?? >_ >_eDNS - (5 servers) >_........Karl Denninger >_........Chris Ambler >_ >_InterNIC (9 servers - U.S. Government, et. al.) >_........Dr. Joseph Bordogna (NSF) >_........William Schrader (PSI) >_ >_name.space - (12 servers) >_........Paul Garrin >_........??? >_ >_NSI/ISI - (4 servers) >_........Gabe Battista (NSI) >_........Jon Postel (ISI) >_ >_uDNS - (3 servers) >_........Ron Kimball >_........Richard Shu >_ >_===================================== >_ >_As these confederations take shape, these delegates >_can help to bring synchronization between all of the >_Root Name Server confederations so that collisions do >_not occur in the TLD name space. >_ >_So far, many of these delegates seem to be very responsive >_to maintaining "synch". Of course some refuse to discuss >_matters in public. The general public (via ISPs) will eventually >_be able to select which Root Name Server Confederations >_are working together to build a better Internet. The people >_hiding in their ivory university towers will become irrelevant. >_ >_-- >_Jim Fleming >_Unir Corporation >_http://www.Unir.Corp >_ >_ >_ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -