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Re: OT. - The end of inet-access
Oh yes. Quite true. She drove me off of it about three years ago. I had been posting my monthly summaries there since joining it in 1994. That action was judged to be unacceptable. From what Dave Hughes tells me the wireless ISP list is where the real action is now.As for inet-access being more on-topic than NANOG, that's only because the scope of NANOG is much more narrow. On inet-access, you're only off topic if you're not talking about issues related to providing internet access. Another possible reason inet-access is more on-topic is because JC's ten times more dictatorial than Susan. She doesn't care if you've been posting for 7 years, if you annoy her, you're gone unless you do what she tells you to. But I'm bitter and biased...mea culpa.
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