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Re: Mr. Ferguson, et.al.'s problems with the list.
From: Dean Gaudet <dgaudet-list-nanog () arctic org>
Date: Wed, 23 Jul 1997 00:48:44 -0700 (PDT)

Please see rule numbers 4 and 6 of the AUP at
<http://www.nanog.org/aup.html>.  You will note that my message to you was
in private email and was in no way CC'd to NANOG.  You will also note that
I in no way said you were new to the net, I just inferred you are new to
NANOG.  Your statements are contradictory, if you read [the aup] "every
time someone mentions them" then you do not need to ask its location;
which is what prompted me to send you private email in the first place. 

Please spare the rest of the list and respect the reply-to on this


On Wed, 23 Jul 1997, Jay R. Ashworth wrote:

On Wed, Jul 23, 1997 at 03:02:31AM -0400, Bradley Dunn wrote:
On Tue, 22 Jul 1997, Jay R. Ashworth wrote:
I didn't start the thread everyone is complaining about.  But, in

No one cares.

Incredibly polite and mature, Mr. Dunn.

absence of a formal announcement of what is and is not on-topic on this
mailing list, _which I still haven't seen, after 4 explicit requests_,


On Wed, Jul 23, 1997 at 12:16:06AM -0700, Dean Gaudet wrote:
If you haven't seen the aup then you haven't been on NANOG long enough,
and if that's the case then you certainly shouldn't be pontificating on
what is or is not on topic. 

Visit www.nanog.org.  I'm sure you'll find the AUP there. 

My, _my_, but nobody is listening this week.

I've read the AUP and the charter.

Many times.

Every time someone mentions them, in fact; to see if perhaps they've

Anyone who thinks that the AUP specifically addresses any of the
threads it's been mentioned to quash in the last 14 days apparently
speaks a different version of English than I do.

I asked for clarification, none was forthcoming.

I give up.  Have fun, boys.

Oh, and Mr. Gaudet?  I've been in, on, and around the net for about 13
years now.  I'll keep my own counsel on what opinions to have, and when
and where to express them.  It seems to have worked pretty well most of
those 13 years.
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