[DNS] Should this list continue to exist?

[DNS] Should this list continue to exist?

From: Narelle <narellec>
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2014 16:07:02 +1100
The problem with old lists is that people move on  and new interested
parties find other forums. The discussion becomes fragmented and efforts

I'd like to see more policy and practical discussion of .au on the isoc-au
members list rather than here or nowhere as seems to be the case.

I'd be happy to host archives via isoc-au also but am glad there isn't an
issue on that front.


On 27/03/2014 8:36 AM, "Kim Davies" <kim at cynosure.com.au> wrote:

> Quoting Rod Keys on Wednesday March 26, 2014:
> | Maybe Auda could host it for historical reasons?
> To be clear, I have no problem continuing to host it for the foreseeable
> future, or if it was wound up, keeping the archive of historical posts
> online.
> I pose the question not because of cost concerns, more a case of
> rationalisation (i.e. having one less thing for all of us to worry
> about) if there was general consensus that the list has outlived its
> usefulness.
> In auDA's early years there was a discussion to transfer stewardship of
> the list to them. It seemed like a logical home to me. auDA's position
> was that they didn't want the liability of hosting such a forum and
> therefore it should be kept at arm's length.
> kim
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> List policy, unsubscribing and archives => http://dotau.org/
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