North American Network Operators Group|
Date Prev | Date Next | Date Index | Thread Index | Author Index | Historical
Re: RPSL announcement text
On Wed, 08 December 1999, Randy Bush wrote: > the operational issue is not y2k this or that. the issue for ops folk is > that it is a change being made during what is anticipated to be the worst > part of the the y2k window which could be made some other time. this means > that, if it is visible in any way, it can be confused with y2k symptoms thus > adding to real operators' (as opposed to nanog posters') debugging problems > at what may be a bad time. I'm not a big fan of making changes that night, but this was announced several months ago at IETF, NANOG and several mailing lists. I didn't hear anyone object to the schedule when it was announced. I did hear people complain about the RADB maintainer fee, so people were listening. For better or worse, is it getting a bit late to go changing the schedule? Is anyone still using the ripe-181 version of the IRR?