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Re: Mr. Ferguson, et.al.'s problems with the list.
Please see rule numbers 4 and 6 of the AUP at <http://www.nanog.org/aup.html>. You will note that my message to you was in private email and was in no way CC'd to NANOG. You will also note that I in no way said you were new to the net, I just inferred you are new to NANOG. Your statements are contradictory, if you read [the aup] "every time someone mentions them" then you do not need to ask its location; which is what prompted me to send you private email in the first place. Please spare the rest of the list and respect the reply-to on this message. Dean On Wed, 23 Jul 1997, Jay R. Ashworth wrote: > On Wed, Jul 23, 1997 at 03:02:31AM -0400, Bradley Dunn wrote: > > On Tue, 22 Jul 1997, Jay R. Ashworth wrote: > > > I didn't start the thread everyone is complaining about. But, in > > > > No one cares. > > Incredibly polite and mature, Mr. Dunn. > > > > absence of a formal announcement of what is and is not on-topic on this > > > mailing list, _which I still haven't seen, after 4 explicit requests_, > > > > http://www.nanog.org/aup.html > > On Wed, Jul 23, 1997 at 12:16:06AM -0700, Dean Gaudet wrote: > > If you haven't seen the aup then you haven't been on NANOG long enough, > > and if that's the case then you certainly shouldn't be pontificating on > > what is or is not on topic. > > > > Visit www.nanog.org. I'm sure you'll find the AUP there. > > My, _my_, but nobody is listening this week. > > I've read the AUP and the charter. > > Many times. > > Every time someone mentions them, in fact; to see if perhaps they've > changed. > > Anyone who thinks that the AUP specifically addresses any of the > threads it's been mentioned to quash in the last 14 days apparently > speaks a different version of English than I do. > > I asked for clarification, none was forthcoming. > > I give up. Have fun, boys. > > Oh, and Mr. Gaudet? I've been in, on, and around the net for about 13 > years now. I'll keep my own counsel on what opinions to have, and when > and where to express them. It seems to have worked pretty well most of > those 13 years. > -- > Jay R. Ashworth High Technology Systems Consulting Ashworth > Designer Linux: Where Do You Want To Fly Today? & Associates > ka1fjx/4 Crack. It does a body good. +1 813 790 7592 > email@example.com http://rc5.distributed.net NIC: jra3 >