Modifying references to contact info in the RIPE DB
Wilfried Woeber, UniVie/ACOnet woeber at cc.univie.ac.at
Thu Jun 24 17:07:47 CEST 1999
>I explicitly excluded those objects from this run. Great. >I knew this thing was going to be a bit polemic so I am trying to split into >smaller problems and stages that we can all agree to. Well, complex, at least. I fully support your approach! >Hopefully every step will reduce the number of objects that need repairs. And >believe me, it's not the same to have to fix 250000 objects than to fix 25000. >Somehow the latter seems a bit more feasible (from a "let's deal with this" >attitude). Certainly. >So, can we agree to proceed with our suggestion as stated below? >** >Change references by names to references by nic handle where these are unique >(there are not already more than two persons with the same referenced name). >** I agree. >For the cases where the ambiguity is already there: we'll look at them, try to >categorize them Sounds interesting. I really like the approach taken by Poul-Henning with his IP address page. Maybe we can come up with a similar list, e.g. categorized by object type, and within the object type by LIR, TLD, AS-#, Maintainer... >and maybe identify another subset which can be handled by >drawing information from some other source. >We'll get back to you with our suggestion (and we take the two you mention as >input). Any input is most welcome. Wilfried.
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