Re: [DNS] FW: [ Oz-ISP ]'s ... again

Re: [DNS] FW: [ Oz-ISP ]'s ... again

From: AUSCITY <auscity§>
Date: Mon, 23 Aug 1999 15:11:50 +1000
Stand in line. We have been waiting over 8 months! Sandra, do you have any
further comments about Mr Elz's role/ability to deliver (in a voluntary
capacity) and what is happening about the future admin of

I do believe Mt Elz may be on this list ... or it could be another, but he
is definitely alive even though he does not answer phone calls or emails..

We have been suggesting to our clients to go for a because at least
this is achievable.


----- Original Message -----
From: Rowe, Joshua <Joshua.Rowe&#167;>
To: <dns&#167;>
Sent: Monday, August 23, 1999 1:37 PM
Subject: [DNS] FW: [ Oz-ISP ]'s ... again

>fyi ...
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Byron Jones [mailto:byron&#167;]
>Sent: Monday, 23 August 1999 12:06
>To: aussie-isp&#167;
>Cc: kre&#167;
>Subject: [Oz-ISP]'s ... again
>oh the joys of
>i've got one that's been waiting for 2 months.  it's made it to "pending",
>but that's it.
>no reply from robert elz.  as far as i can tell he doesn't exist any more
>(as demonstrated by no reply to my email "please reply if you exist").
>now a client's computer consultant has complained to the tio saying that
>we're taking too long (don't get me started on the tio - or on computer
>consultants).  the same consultant also thinks the internet in australia is
>set up and managed by the australian government.
>this particular client is happy to pay for a domain if it means it
>actually gets processed.  they now have a even though they are an
>i'm sick of this.. as i'm sure the rest of you are.  how do we get the ball
>rolling on a change of procedures?  no disrespect to mr elz - he's
>obviously too busy to process requests - but we need to get someone who can
>actually do things and follow the correct procedures.
>i'm aware that generally if there's a problem with a registration mr elz
>won't reply.. however procedure states ..
>:You will be notified by email of the outcome of the administrator's
>:review of this request, and, if approved, your entry will be added to the
>:registry database. Otherwise you will be notified of any issues the
>:domain administrator wishes to raise in considering your request.
>if there's something wrong with my request, i should be notified.  i expect
>at the very least some reply to my emails other than, from what i can tell,
>my emails being redirected to /dev/null.
>from what i can tell, the way to change the administrator for the
>domains is to contact the current administrator.  tricky.
>i'm sure we'll be able to find someone else on this list who can process
>'s... even if it means there's a fee for processing them.
>-- byron jones ----------------------
>   systems administrator
>   vianet australia
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Received on Mon Aug 23 1999 - 13:06:49 UTC

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