[DNS] Time for the rules tochangeregardingtransferringdomainname licences

[DNS] Time for the rules tochangeregardingtransferringdomainname licences

From: Dassa <dassa§dhs.org>
Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2005 10:35:16 +1000
|> -----Original Message-----
|> From: dns-bounces+dassa=dhs.org&#167;dotau.org 
|> [mailto:dns-bounces+dassa=dhs.org&#167;dotau.org] On Behalf Of 
|> Deus Ex Machina
|> Sent: Sunday, September 25, 2005 8:29 AM
|> To: .au DNS Discussion List
|> Subject: Re: [DNS] Time for the rules 
|> tochangeregardingtransferringdomainname licences
|> Dassa [dassa&#167;dhs.org] wrote:
|> > |> Dassa [dassa&#167;dhs.org] wrote:
|> > |> > 
|> > |> > The .au namespace isn't all a commercial space and even if some 
|> > |> > sections are devoted to commercial use, doesn't make them a business
|> > |> > commodity for people to profit from.  It is all a public resource
|> > |> > as such, should be overseen to benefit the public.
|> > |> 
|> > |> and I think hobbyists and other self anointed figures are the last 
|> > |> people on earth that should represent the public.
|> > 
|> > You are implying I'm a hobbyist, I'm afraid that is far from the full
|> I wasnt refering to you, but if you want to wear the badge...

I don't have a problem with it.  I have a lot of hobbies I enjoy.

|> > |> > Having an understanding of business doesn't mean that there is a
|> > |> > understanding of the public requirements, often the reverse.
|> > |> 
|> > |> and being a self appointed public advocate does? NOT.
|> > 
|> > Who is a self appointed public advocate?  Me, you, everyone who 
|> > disagrees with you?  I wear a lot of hats myself even that one on 
|> > occasion, doesn't mean it is the only label I have put on me, nor do 
|> > labels detract from what I have to say.
|> maybe you need some lessons about "value" and your CEO hat. 
|> you seem to the usual left wing cluelessness about how 
|> business thrive by aligning themselves with customer needs and wants.

Not at all.  I have been conducting business for a fair while now.  I also
understand that my customers are not always representative of the whole
community and that their wants and needs do not always match the public good.

|> I am always quite amazed by people who claim to be in 
|> business, claim to be a CEO then make statements about how 
|> evil businesses are and how greedy people in business are 
|> and then whinge when their own business languishes. 

Business is business, just that, it isn't the holy grail of human behaviour
and if you wish to model your whole life on business practices, that is up to
you.  Being in business is only one facet of my life, I look at the broader
picture more often than not.  Nor do I consider only my business interests
when I'm involved in something I consider affects the whole community.

|> I think you need to have a long hard look at your own 
|> cognitive dissonances and your own personal limiting beliefs.

I'm afraid it is your own beliefs and thinking that have be on show here and a
very poor showing too most of the time.

|> allow me to clue you in. being sucessful in business has 
|> nothing to do with greed and everything to do with aligning 
|> yourself to the needs of and wants of your customers. thats 
|> the only free lesson you get, the next one I send you a bill.

Good business is about servicing your customers and performing in their and
your best interests.  That isn't always the case.  For every good business
there are a number of bad ones around.

BTW..I wouldn't pay for anything I already know or didn't request.

Darryl (Dassa) Lynch 
Received on Sun Sep 25 2005 - 00:35:16 UTC

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