You are here: Home > Participate > Join a Discussion > Mailman Archives

Re: [anti-spam-wg] Proposed New Charter

  • To: brian.nisbet@localhost
  • From: Martin Neitzel neitzel@localhost
  • Date: Fri, 02 May 2008 16:57:45 +0200

> > 	(a) to lay aside;  to desist from (an activity)
> > 	(b) to submit or refer for consideration, judgment, decision, or
> > 	    action
> >      Which one should I use?
> der Mouse has already answered this one, I believe?

Yepp -- thank you both for the clarifications.

FWIW, a small thank-you note to derMouse bounced with

... while talking to
<<<'s whois server,, is completely broken, handing
<<< 550-out no contact information at all when queried for .de domains in
<<< 550 the usual way.  Such a domain has no place on a civilized network.
554 5.0.0 Service unavailable

Granted that a mere "whois -h" will tell you
little.  Get the whole scoop including contact information with

	whois -h ' -T dn'

[The funny quoting for the initial blank is used to pass the RIPE whois
style options to the server.]  Yes, I don't like the diversifications
of the various whois servers either.  At least one doesn't have to
jump through CAPTCHAs with .de queries.