Re: [DNS] INTRAS NetSecurity (Brad Norrish)

Re: [DNS] INTRAS NetSecurity (Brad Norrish)

From: Brad Norrish <brad§>
Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2004 11:00:33 +0800
Go to the "Contact Auda" section from the top of the auda site

Auda has solely directed people to this list from it's website - under the
Contact Auda section

Nothing is mentioned on the site about it "not being an auda list??" Auda
get's the whole industry on board and then says it can be run by Kim as the
fat cat and friends club

How the list started is irrelevant in defending Auda's actions.


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Updated: 16 April 2003

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Kim Davies" <kim&#167;>
To: "Andrew Rogers" <andrew&#167;>
Cc: <dns&#167;>
Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2004 4:22 PM
Subject: Re: [DNS] INTRAS NetSecurity (Brad Norrish)

> Andrew, All,
> Quoting Andrew Rogers on Thursday February 26, 2004:
> |
> | Doesn't this list run on a sub-domain ( of
> | How can it not be endorsed? auDA had to be involved in
> | it's establishment (as one of the many DNS gurus here will attest).
> auDA had nothing to do with its establishment. The list existed before
> auDA, or even ADNA, existed. It is a list where the formulation of those
> two bodies was discussed.
> I run this list, and auDA just so happens to sponsor a place for me
> to run the mailing list software at this moment and has done so for
> approximately 2 years. As subscribers who are not newcomers would know,
> this list has changed location a number of times over the years.
> I will move it again shortly just to put this debate to an end. To be
> honest I had intended to do so earlier but haven't found time.
> As for "endorsement", auDA is just providing hosting. Suggesting auDA
> endorses it because of that is tantamount to suggesting an ISP endorses
> all the websites it hosts on its servers.
> kim
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