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RE: Domain-Policy?
From: Roeland Meyer <rmeyer () mhsc com>
Date: Thu, 24 May 2001 10:09:56 -0700

If you'd been following some of the responses there ...
It was an ex-employee making allegations wrt a legal matter, in process,
between them and NSI. Rather than leave it with the courts, that ex started
spamming the DP list with their version of events. This created a legal
problem for NSI. Caught between a rock and a hard place, the DP list got
squashed. I would have done the same thing.

The first time I saw flip's note, combined with some stuff on the DNSO/GA
list, I started building a mail server, on a spare amdK6-233 Linux box, to
run under DNSO.NET. Frankly, I could use some help with that effort
(Postfix/MailMan/INN). I was not expecting this to happen for at least
another week.

The DP list was the only impartial list around. Everything else is under
ICANN/DNSO control.

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-----Original Message-----
From: David Howe [mailto:DaveHowe () gmx co uk]
Sent: Thursday, May 24, 2001 9:00 AM
To: nanog () merit edu
Subject: Domain-Policy?

Got two emails in reasonably close order (this follows an 
argument about
Netsol selectively deleting emails from the DP archive)

-------------------------------- first
message -------------------------------------------------------------
Subject:      We Are Mad As Hell And Doing Something!

NOTE: NSI is refusing to post this email message for over 10 
hours. This is

-------------------------------- end of first
message ---------------------------
message --------------------------------
From: Tom Newell <tomn () LISTS NETSOL COM>
Subject:      List deactivation

This list will be closed effective immediately.  When

-------------------------------- end of first
message ---------------------------

and Domain-Policy is **gone** - gone from the website 
(archive and all),
email to the list bounces, resub requests to the majordomo fail.

any ideas what is going on here (other than the obvious 
impression that the
easiest way to stop the argument is to delete the forum)

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