[db-wg] Options for extending "abuse-c:"
Piotr Strzyzewski Piotr.Strzyzewski at polsl.pl
Thu May 8 11:57:46 CEST 2014
On Wed, May 07, 2014 at 12:52:59PM +0200, Denis Walker wrote: Dear Denis >> I find this suggestion clumsy. It adds hard to parse extraneous >> information to simple objects. The organization object for a very large >> organization would become unmanageable and unintelligible quickly. > > Who do you believe is going to parse this object for this information? The Users. ;-) > RIPE NCC already has an Abuse Finder tool which can be accessed directly or RIPE NCC already has two Abuse Contact Finders, which already misleads the users. :| And yes, I know that one of them will be obsoleted. > via RIPEstat. As I said in the last paragraph of my article, people should > start to move away from the old fashioned idea of digging directly into the > RIPE Database themselves to find data, parse it and interpret it. If you > need information the RIPE NCC will provide web tools and API calls to > supply that information. We will do all the digging, parsing and > interpretation for you. And sadly speaking, what I understand here, between the lines, is let's abandon whois in some point of time. I hope I misunderstood you. Piotr -- gucio -> Piotr Strzyżewski E-mail: Piotr.Strzyzewski at polsl.pl
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