[dns-operations] UPDATED ROOT ZONE FILE: 2008-05-04-01

John Palmer (NANOG Acct) nanog2 at adns.net
Sun May 4 19:22:52 UTC 2008

You are one of the originals who has a vested interest in the monopoly.
I would expect this from you, Paul.

The INS has been around for 10 years and isn't going away. As much
as ICANN has tried, they haven't been able to stop a free and open
internet from flourishing.

This is getting too chatty and isn't operational in nature, so this is the
last post I'll make on the subject.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Paul Vixie" <paul at vix.com>
To: "John Palmer (NANOG Acct)" <nanog2 at adns.net>
Cc: <dns-operations at lists.oarci.net>
Sent: Sunday, May 04, 2008 2:14 PM
Subject: Re: [dns-operations] UPDATED ROOT ZONE FILE: 2008-05-04-01

>> 2. The Inclusive Namespace is just as much as a part of the internet as 
>> the
>> crooked ICANN structure.
> no, it's not.  your alternate root is a fractious sham.
>> This is a DNS operations list. The announcement made was a DNS 
>> operational
>> announcement, therefore it is appropriate. You keep YOUR view of the
>> internet off an ops list.
> speaking as an individual contributor here, i agree with jeroen's 
> statement.

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