RE: [DNS] Responsibilities of contributors

RE: [DNS] Responsibilities of contributors

From: Ginger FISH <ginger§>
Date: Tue, 19 Mar 2002 00:53:04 +1100
Peter Dean's attitude is fascinating but obviously acceptable to auDA which
raises many questions.  Here we have an auDA Director, not concerned with
issues, hardly leading by example and attempting to use the "they're
psychotic, ego driven and boringly repetitive" line as a cop-out. We
certainly are not psychotic, definitely not ego driven, and couldn't care
less how boringly repetitive we may become because this situation will be
driven home regardless. We have nothing to win, nothing to loose, this is
about doing the right thing and nothing more.  Peter Dean has a position of
responsibility, he also has a commercial website that could be deceiving
Australian consumers and his response is "shut up and go away" ?  Does he
not feel any responsibility to set an example to the industry in which he
participates?  The average consumer visits  and arrives at
Peter Dean's commercial website promoting YOUR POPULAR GENERIC DOMAINS (eg: and ).  One should hope he does not have the gall
to question the business models of the likes of ING. Let's all hope that
sooner or later auDA feel the need to ask questions of their own


-----Original Message-----
From: Nick Andrew [mailto:lists-dns&#167;]
Sent: Monday, March 18, 2002 9:51 PM
To: dns&#167;
Subject: Re: [DNS] Responsibilities of contributors

On Mon, Mar 18, 2002 at 08:05:45PM +1100, David Goldstein wrote:
> I agree with Peter's comments, all but the one saying web-based email
> addresses are not allowed, since I've used one for my personal
> interests for the last 4 years as I traverse the world.

In addition, there are a very large number of webmail domains out there;
it's not just yahoo and hotmail. Attempting to identify these domains
is impractical.


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