Re: [anti-spam-wg] Non-cooperation of RIPE ISP in investigating report of email abuse (spam)
To: "Sander Steffann" <s.steffann@localhost, "'der Mouse'" mouse@localhost, anti-spam-wg@localhost
From: "Stream Service || Mark Scholten" info@localhost
Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2008 16:08:11 +0100
Maybe it is a good idea to look for a solution for the issue with incorrect
abuse details listed in the RIPE NCC whois database. An other policy or even
an other procedure can do the job I think. But off course it is important
that we (RIPE/the community) have to agree with it, so it would take a lot
off time to solve the issue.
@ der Mouse:
Did you try abuse@localhost for the domain that is listed in the rDNS (if
available) or contact information listed on the website off the LIR?
With kind regards,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sander Steffann" <s.steffann@localhost
To: "'der Mouse'" mouse@localhost; anti-spam-wg@localhost
Sent: Monday, January 14, 2008 1:22 PM
Subject: RE: [anti-spam-wg] Non-cooperation of RIPE ISP in investigating
report of email abuse (spam)
> In short, yes, certainly I want others to do the work - specifically,
> the others who are being paid to do it!
The point here is that we, as the community, need to define what 'it' is
(and what 'it' is not). Once we make 'it' an official policy, then the ones
who are being paid will do their job and implement it. They (in this case
the RIPE NCC) are not paid to write policies. Writing a policy is an unpaid
task for community members (but I know that the RIPE NCC will provide
assistance when needed)
To reduce the time/cost/work of writing a policy, you can try to work with
other community members to spread the work.