[dns-operations] DNSWorld conference 2007

Jack Fisher jfishervr at gmail.com
Fri Jul 13 22:31:24 UTC 2007

Mr. David Ulevitch forgets to mention his solicitations with our office for
speaking opportunities. Sadly, we had to decline both him and his aggressive
public relations associate Allison. She was so kind to elaborate that we
couldn't do this event without inviting him. 
His services are of no interest to our audience.

And to make it unequivocally clear, yes we do have a mutual agreement with
CircleID. I have bcc'd Ali (who owns and operates CircleID) of this email. 


Jack Amos Fisher
Program Chair
DNSWorld Conference

Jim Jackson wrote:
> I was asked to post this by my management:
> We at Secure64 are surprised and somewhat confused to learn that both
> our company's name and the title of our recent eSeminar have been used 
> as a point of contention in the dialog between Dr. Fisher and the DNS 
> Operations group. Our seminar has absolutely nothing to do with either 
> the DNS World conference, or with the discussions taking place on this 
> mailing list, and we have no idea why we were even mentioned here.

I don't think you need to worry about anyone associating you with them.

In their program they also link to Steve Gibbard's post at CircleID 
which insinuates that he is involved somehow, which I doubt.  Also, we 
emailed them asking what the program for the conference was and who else 
was speaking and got this back:

> With few extraordinary exceptions it is against our policies to invite
> commercial speakers which do not actively sponsor our event. 


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