[dns-operations] What is the most pressing need for DNS these days?

Jim Reid jim at rfc1035.com
Sat Jul 8 22:30:41 UTC 2006

On Jul 8, 2006, at 10:12, Brad Knowles wrote:

> 	Remind me again why we would want to subject ourselves to
> that kind of abuse?

Because it's a tough job and somebody's got to do it. The only way to  
improve ICANN is to engage with it, even if that's a painful and  
thankless process. Think of the alternatives if ICANN collapses.  
Those scenarios are likely to be far worse than what we have at  
present, flawed as it is. Evolution (even on Darwinistic time-scales)  
has to be a better option here than revolution.

> 	I want to help, I really do.  I just question the wisdom of
> continuing to throw good money after bad, especially when we've been
> shown just how bad it really is.

So stand for the Board Brad. Put your money where your mouth is  
(figuratively speaking).

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