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what's needed to be taken serious

  • To: piet < >
  • From: Urs Eppenberger < >
  • Date: Thu, 10 Sep 1992 14:36:54 +0200
  • Cc: ripe < >
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Hello Piet, your message could only be understood as slightly offensive:

>    its already some time ago, that I have sent an e-mail to the wg-dns
>    list. In that e-mail SWITCH was offering to run a secondary root name
>    server at a location with good connectivity (2 Mbit/s) to CERN. I have
>    heard whether positive nor negative responses to this proposal.
>Well, I've seen a couple of reactions floating by.
>The DNS group is the place to discuss this issue.
>But such an offer from a network service provider
>within RIPE that blocks traffic from certain other
>RIPE networks is not to be taken serious.
>        Piet

And you managed!
Some Swiss problems to find out about who is allowed to use whose resources
at which cost is used by you to consider one party as not serious just because
the other party used every means to throw mud around. And you are fully
inline with this game. This leads me to start thinking if I can take you
serious if you are not able to consider proposals on objective and 
technical grounds and show this also by Cc-ing to the full RIPE-list.
EUNET is known to contribute valuable technical expertise to keep a
European IP service running. Your comments count on the negative side.

Best regards,


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